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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Calmar’s 125 Year Homecoming
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
Construction Lane Closure
Attention Residents in the area of 50 and 51 St between 46th and 47th Aves: Apex Utilities will be working in this area Mon, March 1st and Tues, March 2nd that will require them to close the back lane. Sorry for the inconvenience. Click here to view the map.
2021 National Volunteer Week
April 18 – April 24. Volunteers bring change! Get the details here.
2021 Community Volunteer Income Tax Program
March 1 – April 29. Click here for details.
Regular Council Meeting
Next meeting is Monday, March 1st at 6:30 pm and will take place virtually. Please join here. You can also dial in using your phone: Canada: +1 (647) 497-9373 - One-touch: tel:+16474979373,,555910413#. Access Code: 555-910-413. Click here for details. View the agenda here.
Effective December 14th staff will be working from home as part of the new province wide measures. Someone will be in office 9am - 4:30pm Mon-Fri. You may contact staff through email and phone during business hours. Click here for details. Thank you for your understanding.
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From the Office of the Mayor
Good day fellow Calmar Residents, I am writing to address some of the misconceptions being shared on social media about... Read more »
Arena Closure Public Notice as of December 14, 2020 Town of Calmar Relaunch Plan COVID-19 Parks & Trails Reopening COVID-19... Read more »
The Alberta Government is encouraging all Albertans to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly... Read more »
We moved to Calmar because we didn’t find what we were looking for elsewhere. Calmar has affordable homes that are an exceptional value. We found everything we were looking for in a home right here in Calmar. For such a small town we found a welcoming community spirit and look forward to calling it home.
- Alicia Hamelton
We moved to Calmar to be closer to the airport and family. We chose Calmar in particular because we love the small town feel but also love the closeness of all the amenities.
- Caroline and Ian
Once we drove into Calmar we immediately fell in love with this cozy and quiet little town. This is where we wanna raise our family and then we fell in love with our house. So we moved almost right away. It is quiet and small and only 15 mins. from Leduc; Calmar its just perfect.
- Aaron and Stefanie Riwe
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