The Vibrant Community of Sage Hill

home to more than 8200 Sage Hillians

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Volunteers were hard at work last night trying to repair the ice from all the warm weather. The new lights are also very helpful to the volunteers who flood the rink. ... See MoreSee Less
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PSA construction notice for Stoney trail bridge spanning the Bow river. From January 17-21, 7 PM to 6:30 AM each night the median lanes both north and southbound will be closed and speed limits reduced.Planned work during this time will include removing sections of the concrete Jersey wall, asphalt & concrete work and placement of temporary barriers.From January 24 to February 5th, 7 PM to 6:30 AM each night Stoney trail will be reduced to one lane both north and southbound. Southbound traffic will be detoured on two northbound lanes to allow heavy moving equipment to control all southbound lanes. Needless to say plan a different route or experience stop and go traffic and delays. #yyc #yyctraffic #stoneytrail #bowriver #calgaryroads ... See MoreSee Less
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The SHCA is looking for a few more volunteer general board positions. What's involved:- attend a 1-2 hour board meeting on the 2nd Tuesday of the month starting at 7pm (done virtually)- vote on motions that come up at meetings- use your skills to contribute to the board or events - help volunteer at eventsWe are not currently hosting too many events with COVID so it's a great time to get your feet wet and get a good understanding of the board and how we operate without too much of a time investment.All you need to have is an active SHCA membership which can be purchased on our website @ for $25 per year.Anyone interested can send us a message on Facebook or email us at ... See MoreSee Less
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Our December crime statistics are Hill CA @greatnewsmedia #yyc #calgary #sagehill #calgarypolice ... See MoreSee Less
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The Sage Hill Community Association (SHCA) is a not-for-profit organization that proudly serves the residents of our community.

The SHCA is run by the board, a group of dedicated neighbourhood volunteers who organize, manage and direct social and recreational events in the community. The SHCA works with various levels of government to consult and mediate issues arising in the areas of community development, transportation, parks and green space.



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