Welcome home to East Village, Calgary’s most livable, walkable, playable urban village. At Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC), we have built East Village to be the place where you belong. We’ve created welcoming streetscapes and built easy connections to the rest of Calgary. We’ve designed great outdoor recreational spaces like RiverWalk and St. Patrick’s Island. We’ve established a vibrant public arts program and built a lively year-round events calendar right into your neighbourhood. We’ve restored the Simmons Building to be a gastronomic destination. And we will continue to make East Village the kind of energetic and neighbourly community that you’ll want to be part of. This portal will help keep you informed of the latest news in East Village and answer your questions, as they arise, on happenings in the community.
Some changes are inevitable as East Village continues to build up. New pedestrian lane openings, road closures, parking interruptions and service outages are all updates that you need to know about. Stay informed on all the latest in construction activities.
East Village has become famous for its vibrant calendar of events and community activities. Being an East Villager means that you have a year-round calendar of events happening at your doorstep.
CMLC manages all public spaces within East Village (including RiverWalk, 5th Street Square and St. Patrick’s Island), and our dedicated events and activation team works year-round to deliver a robust calendar of community events and programs in East Village.
Interested in hosting your own event in your new neighbourhood? Click on the link below to complete an event request form and to book your special event along RiverWalk, St. Patrick’s Island or the St. Louis.
EVNA represents the interests of the neighbourhood’s long-time residents and businesses, holds annual events including a street fair, assists with programming in the Golden Age Club and provides many other services. CMLC is an active member of EVNA, attending meetings to bring East Village residents up to date on development news and issues, ensuring long-time residents feel welcome in the rapidly evolving neighbourhood. CMLC and EVNA worked hand-in-hand to support the neighbourhood’s most vulnerable populations during the 2013 floods, which impacted the older residential towers.
East Village is active on various social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow us to stay up to date on events, construction updates and real-time road closures that effect you.
In EV you don't have to travel far to get involved in your community. Here are a few places in and around EV where you can volunteer:
**If you are Interested in getting involved with EV or St. Patrick's Island events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
CMLC is the master developer of East Village and since 2007 has invested over $357 million into infrastructure development within the community. Our work has built streetscapes, bridges and an underpass and developed all of EV's public spaces like RiverWalk and St. Patrick's Island. While CMLC manages the bulk of all road construction in the community, there are occasions when road closures will be in place to accomodate building site construction or general infrastructure improvements. If you have a concern please contact CMLC.
To stay up to date on development in East Village, visit our EV Ambassador team located in the East Village Experience Centre at 553 Riverfront Avenue SE. This front-line team can provide you with up to date community information. You may also visit the EV website for project updates.
CMLC is responsible for all public space rentals in EV. Events bookings can be submitted online at www.evexperience.com/event-application-forms/
To book common spaces in your building please contact your developer (Embassy BOSA, FRAM+Slokker or Knightsbridge) or you Condominium Management company.
The DI has been a part of East Village since 2001 and works to ensure the needs of people who are homeless or at risk, are met in a respectful, comprehensive and safe way. To learn more about engaging with vulnerable people, please click here to read about workshops offered at The DI.
If your concern is a non-emergent, community related matter such as damaged infrastructure or construction concerns please contact CMLC via email at resident@Calgarymlc.ca
If your concern is to report a crime or public disturbance, please contact Calgary Police service either through 911 or the non-emergency line 403-266-1234.
For all other concerns, please contact City of Calgary at 311.
All quesitons specific to your home should be directed to either your developer, Embassy BOSA or FRAM+Slokker. CMLC is not responsible for building-related matters.
Your first option for visitor parking is your dedicated indoor visitor parking area in your building. There are also over 500 on-street Calgary Parking Authority (CPA) run stalls which are located within walking distance of your new home.
Looking for an answer that we haven't covered on this page, contact Jack Olson at CMLC at email@example.com or 403-718-0300.
Phone: Jack Olson, Marketing & Events Intern
Hours: Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm.
(closed stat holidays)
EV website: www.evexperience.com
East Village Experience Centre
Phone (403) 264-0309
553 Riverfront Avenue SE
Hours: Monday - Thursday 12-6pm, Saturday/Sunday 11-5pm.
CPS Community Liaison: 403-777-1980
City of Calgary 311: dial 311
City of Calgary Bylaw: dial 311