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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Notices for Residents
Christmas Elves Donations
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Christmas Elves Annual Food Drive
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Council Organizational Meeting
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Regular Council Meeting Cancelled
October 16, 2017 meeting cancelled.
Arena Delay Announcement
There will be a delay in the opening of the Calmar Arena due to construction issues. Click here for more.
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We moved here to start our lives together, recently married after a long-distance relationship. We find this community kind, friendly and helpful.
- Kierann Granger
We recently retired and wanted to move to a small town near our friends and family near Edmonton. We looked at several towns in the area and both agreed that Calmar offered us what we were looking for. Not too big not too small, sufficient amenitites to handle everyday needs, reasonable home prices, etc.. It is close to a metropolitan city (Edm.) but far enough away that it doesn't have the crazy traffic, etc, that a big city has. It is close to our children and family and friends.
- Terry and Janice Balaban
My husband just got a job in Nisku and we found a lovely duplex with affordable rent in Calmar. My sister lives in Beaumont so it's not too far from family.
- Natasha and Kyle Eddy
We sold our home in Calmar Mobile Home Park. We wanted to stay in Calmar because of not being to close to the city of Edmonton or the high price of homes. I work out of Leduc with an oil rig moving company for the past 20 years. My Wife and I enjoy the quiet surroundings in Calmar. Thank you for the gift bag.
- Clifford and Shirley Golden
My family and I have moved to Calmar to raise our growing family. The city is so loud and busy that we feel it's important to show our kids to slow down and enjoy the little things. Kids should be playing at the park not at a mall. We look forward to getting to know our neighbours.
- Amanda and Russell Decker