About Springbank

Once a rural community composed of Alberta sized farms and ranches owned by a few landowners, Springbank has been transformed over the past two decades into Calgary’s premier estate/acreage community.

Located on the west edge of Calgary, about a 20 minute drive from downtown, with breath taking scenery and mountain views. On a clear day you can see the mountains and river valleys for miles. The ridge top locations have such a clear view that it has been a favorite haunt of painters looking to capture some of the magic.

In addition to its obvious natural assets, Springbank is highly respected for its school system. It’s long been the kind of place to raise your family and never want to leave. Wildlife is frequently seen; moose, deer, coyotes, rare red fox and bald eagles. Community spirit and easy access to Calgary and the mountain parks has persuaded many professionals and Calgary’s elite to make their homes here.

Springbank is west of, and, adjacent to, the City of Calgary extending approximately 7 miles. On average 7 miles wide, it is bounded by the Bow River to the north and the Tsuu Tina Nation (Sarcee Indian Reserve) to the south. Local government authority is the Municipal District of Rocky View #44.

Maps

North Springbank
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South Springbank
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