Calmar is located in the heart of Alberta’s agriculture and oil field industries offering the very best of the Alberta Advantage. Our vibrant community is just 25 minutes southwest of the City of Edmonton, providing a rich quality of life found in a small town setting.
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Community Vitalization Plan
The Town of Calmar is creating a Community Vitalization Plan (CVP). The CVP will be used to guide future changes along downtown’s main street, 50 Avenue (also known as Highway 39). Please use the Quick Links to find out more information and how to participate!
Notices for Residents
Happy Belated Canada Day!
Join us October 28th for a movie and fireworks! Maximum of 50 vehicles. South of ball diamonds, parking 6pm. Click here for all the details!
Organizational Council Meeting
Recreation Master Plan
The Town of Calmar began a process to develop a Recreation Master Plan for the community. We would now like to present that plan and collect feedback. Please join one of our Video Conferences Oct. 13 or 15. Click here for details and to join!
Regular Council Meeting
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2020 Christmas Craft Fair
November 7th, 2020, 10:00am-4:00pm. Calmar Legion (4815 – 47 Street) Shop for jewellery, graphic arts, candles, needlework, doll clothes, soaps and much... Read more »
Town of Calmar Relaunch Plan COVID-19 Parks & Trails Reopening COVID-19 Info for Albertans Alberta Health Services
Mayor Wally Yachimetz has provided a message you can read regarding COVID-19 as well as a video you can watch... Read more »
My daughter and I moved into Town because I grew up in the Leduc/Calmar area. We have lots of family in the area and wanted to stay close. Calmar is the perfect quiet little Town to raise my daughter. Here we get the convenience of town living but still get that quiet country life (as much as possible). Also, within reasonable distance to bigger cities like Leduc or Edmonton as needed.
- Anastasia Redford
We spent the past 3 years living in NE Edmonton – and hated it! Small yards, miles and miles of repetitive, big box stores. Neighbors didn’t or wouldn’t talk to us and would cross the street when they saw we were walking the dog. Honestly, it was very lonely. On our 2nd day here the owners of Fas Gas knew our first names. Our neighbors had a COVID-19 properly spaced driveway beer. People say “Hi” when we’re out and people/children run TO not from the dog. We didn’t move to Calmar – We moved Home.
- Shayna Miles and Ian Rensby
Yesterday morning my 3 friends and I drove from St. Albert to Calmar primarily to check out the Antique shops. On arrival we located the Bakery and snacked, then found the 3 antique shops, then for lunch, VERSUS was suggested. We so enjoyed our day in Calmar – pleasantly surprised by the inventory in the shops and the quality of food at Versus & Bakery. Everyone was so friendly and inviting, admired the abundance of flowers. Kudos to the Chamber of Commerce and the citizens of Calmar for making our day trip so memorable.
- Chuck Simmons
We moved to Calmar because of the small town environment but still close to the City of Leduc. We have participated in ball tournaments here and fell in love! I love the Co-op, I love main street and how many parks we have! I really appreciate being part of this Town and I cannot wait to participate in the Community more!
- Morgan Thitchener
We chose Calmar because we both grew up in small Communities and the closeness and support is something we knew we wanted to grow a Family. We also love the proximity to the City and Airport. Calmar is great for Community and Convenience.
- Carson Powlik and Lauren Fink