Inglewood Community Hall
The ICA Hall is the hub of Inglewood Community Association. Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am to 3:30pm. Drop in to buy an ICA membership, ask questions, rent one of the rooms (15% discount with your ICA membership), check out or post to our notice board, or pick up the monthly newsletter or other useful information.
The ICA Hall also houses the Colonel Walker Before & After School program for students attending our community elementary school.
ICA's Clothing Donation Bin
The ICA Hall has a Clothing & Textiles Donation Bin located in the parking lot. The ICA receives some funds for all items donated, so by putting your unwanted items in our bin, you are supporting your local Community Association. Please put your items in a bag (not too large or it won't fit)! You can donate clothing that is reusable, along with clothing or textiles with rips or stains, old towels, sheets, tablecloths, curtains and even shoes, belts, hats and bags. NO OTHER HOUSEHOLD ITEMS PLEASE!!
Thank you in advance for your donations!
Inglewood Community Garden
Inglewood is proud to be home to Calgary’s largest community garden, with over 100 plots available to rent, plus communal beds that grow food for charity.
The Alexandra Centre
One of the most enduring and cherished landmarks of 9th Avenue, the Centre is a gathering place of family-friendliness, artists groups, community events, as well as a hub to help those in need. Visit the website to learn more about their programs.
Silver Threads 55+
This active, non-profit 55 plus seniors activity centre is located in the historic telephone exchange building in Inglewood. For more information, call 403-264-1006 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inglewood Business Revitalization Zone
The Inglewood BRZ was established in 1988 to represent Inglewood business and help promote the area's charm and historic significance. Visit their website to get information about local shops, businesses and annual events, including: Sunfest (August), Inglewood Girls Night Out (May), and Christmas in Inglewood (December).
Community Safety Audit
One way of determining resident perceptions of safety in your community is to conduct a safety audit. The goal of a safety audit is to identify why resident may feel unsafe in an area and, if possible, to improve the environment or the activities in the area to make it safer and less threatening.