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Signal Hill Community Association's Mission & Vision

Our mission is to foster a caring, fun, livable, and safe community. We do so by engaging with residents and businesses to improve the quality of community life because people and the connections they make are what make a community stronger.

More Than A Neighbourhood

Within our community, you’ll find a variety of amenities including schools like Battalion Park Elementary School, shopping centers, restaurants, Westside Recreational Centre, and over 20 km of paved bike and walking trails boasting mountain and downtown panoramas.

Want to Know What’s In Store For SHCA?

Download our 2023-2024 SHCA Business Plan to learn about our collaborative efforts, strategic initiatives, and community engagement, where we aim to enhance the quality of life for those who call Signal Hill home.

Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors is the driving force behind our community’s vision and progress. Composed of passionate individuals deeply committed to enriching the lives of our residents, our Board of Directors steer our initiatives, upholding community values for Signal Hill. Safety, diversity, and a whole lot of laughter make this community home-sweet-home for those from all walks of life.


Business Liason

Elected Officials

Our elected officials play a vital role in representing the interests of Signal Hill residents. Committed to serving our community, these dedicated individuals collaborate with local authorities, advocate for our needs, and work tirelessly to ensure that our voices are heard at various levels of governance.

Signal Hill Elected MLA

As a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) representing Signal Hill, Ron Liepert is a steadfast advocate for our community’s needs. With a strong commitment to serving the interests of Signal Hill residents, Ron works tirelessly to address local concerns, champion initiatives, and ensure that our voices are heard in provincial matters. His dedication and proactive approach continue to impact our community’s growth and well-being positively.

Ron Liepert


Signal Hill Community Map & Profile

Since 1986, Signal Hill Community has grown to include the neighbourhoods of Richmond Hill, Sienna Hills, and more, nestled between 17 Avenue, Sarcee Trail, Glenmore Trail, and 69 Street SW. With around 14,000 people who call the community home, it’s a lively hub in Calgary with many facilities.

Frequently Asked Questions

Got questions about Signal Hill? You’re in the right place! Here are some answers to the most common queries our community gets. If your question isn’t answered, please contact us.

When is the Community Association’s Annual General Meeting Typically held?

Is there a minimum time commitment for volunteering?

What types of volunteer opportunities are available?

How can I get involved in community volunteering?

How often are community events held?

What’s the cost of a community membership?

What type of weekly commitment is it to be a Board Member?

What type of work do Board Members do?

What are ways I can get involved with the Community Association?

If I have concerns about potholes, crosswalks, who should those be directed to?

What type of suggestions, concerns and issues can be addressed by the board?

Our Community In Action

We love to hear from our community! If you’d like to share a photo from our wonderful community, please contact us. Here’s just a glimpse of what has been shared with us.