North Hill Communities Local Growth Planning

The North Hill Communities Local Growth Planning project has launched

The North Hill Communities Local Growth Planning project is a multi-community approach to planning at the local level and includes the communities of Highland Park, Mount Pleasant, Tuxedo Park, Winston Heights-Mountview, Crescent Heights, Renfrew, Rosedale, Capitol Hill and Thorncliffe-Greenview (south of Mcknight Blvd).

Through the local growth planning process, we will be working together to create a future vision for how land can be used and redeveloped – building on the vision, goals and policies outlined in Calgary’s Municipal Development Plan and the Developed Areas Guidebook.

Get Involved

Learn about the project, why we’re planning for local growth and how you can get involved by visiting the project page at

The project team will be popping up in the North Hill area over the next couple of weeks. Dates, times and locations will be posted on the project page at If you can’t make it out to one of the pop-up events and you have a question for the team, you can also ask questions online.

Apply to Join the Working Group

Are you passionate about your community? Do you have an interest in future growth? Are you curious about redevelopment and community planning matters? Do you have time to dedicate to work with The City as we discuss future growth planning?

If you’re interested in working with The City and other stakeholders to discuss local growth, consider applying to join the North Hill Communities Local Growth Planning Working Group.Applications are currently being accepted and the deadline to apply is October 15, 2018. Additional information about the working group can be found at

Stay Connected

Stay connected to the North Hill Communities Local Growth Planning project and learn about opportunities to get involved throughout the project by subscribing to receive email updates. Connect with others through social media and join the conversation – use the hashtag #NorthHillYYC.


The first phase of the project is broken into two key parts:

DISCOVER (starting mid-Sept)

The focus at project launch is on building awareness of the project, increasing understanding of why we need to plan for growth and redevelopment and how we will work together to create a plan. 

People can learn about the project and get involved by: visiting the project page, subscribing to receive updates, asking the project team questions and applying for the North Hill Communities Working Group. 

DISCUSS (starting mid-October)

Starting mid-October, the focus will shift towards The City gaining a better understanding of the area from the public, exploring previous engagement findings and discussing local issues and opportunities through online dialogue.


Learn more about the North Hill Communities Local Growth Planning initiative, get involved and stay connected. Visit