Coral Springs, Calgary is a relatively new community that was annexed by the city in 1983 and established in 1991. Located in the northeast quadrant of
the city, Coral Springs is a popular neighborhood that’s known for its Californian-style architecture and design. The community’s nickname is, “The Jewel
of the Northeast,” and it’s not hard to determine why the neighborhood has such a positive reputation. Coral Springs features plenty of pathways and
green space and is home to a scenic lake that is popular for boating, fishing, and swimming. Coral Springs is socio-economically diverse because of its
assorted real estate prices.
Coral Springs, Calgary has a population of over 6,000 people. Residents have an above average median income, and the community is currently the
wealthiest in northeast Calgary. All of the buildings in Coral Springs are single-family detached homes and less than 3% of them are occupied by
renters. Coral Springs is located north of McKnight Boulevard, east of 68th Street E, south of 64th Avenue N, and west of Rocky View County. The
neighborhood is well connected to the city’s roadways to the north and east and is located close to the airport. Moreover, there are plans for the Trans-
Canada Bypass to be built just east of Coral Springs.
Parks and Recreation
Coral Springs is home to a 16-acre lake that offers residents a variety of recreational opportunities year-round, including beach volleyball, fishing,
boating, swimming, skating, and hockey. The lake is stocked with an abundance of rainbow trout because of an on-site hatchery. Close to Coral Springs,
Calgary, you’ll find the Don Hartman North East Sportsplex, a recreational facility that features an ice arena, fitness studio, and gymnasium. The Coral
Springs Community Association organizes several special events on an annual basis, including a Stampede party, a September corn roast, a Halloween
dance, and a Winterfest. Other events the association puts on include a community garage sale and Park n’ Play.
The community association also makes an effort to improve the lives of residents in Coral Springs, Calgary. They’ve liaised with the Calgary Police
Services to maintain one of the lowest crime rates in the city and installed traffic lights and crosswalks to slow traffic in the neighborhood.
Families love living in Coral Springs, Calgary because it is safe, convenient, and offers innumerable opportunities for recreation. There are also several
schools in the area, including a K-6 school within the community itself and other schools in adjacent neighborhoods.