The East Village Neighbourhood Association (EV-NA) was formed in 2011 to make Downtown East Village a healthy, safe and vibrant place in the heart of Calgary and is incorporated under the Societies Act. As a neighbourhood association, EV-NA champions the development of Downtown East Village as a thriving neighbourhood community. It works in partnership with a wide range of public and voluntary sector agencies to improve services and facilities for local people.
"EV View Newsletter" communicates to the residents the activities, programs and services that are happening in the community through a regular newsletter.
East Village Neighbourhood Association is created by individuals who want to improve the quality of life for themselves and others in the community. Share the feeling of community pride-become a EV-NA member and volunteer.
Improving the Quality of Life
Community safety programs—an example of how East Village Neighbourhood Association brings concerned citizens together to ensure safety in the neighbourhood.
EV-NA Monthly Meetings
Held Second TUESDAY of Each Month. All residents and business operators are welcome!
Thursday EV Broadcast
East Village events, programs and happenings; emailed to you! Every Thursday. . .so stay in touch!
EV-NA, East Village Neighbourhood Association supports community initiatives offers support, as a united group.
Many events are provided throughout the year which provide you an opportunity to meet others in the community and have some fun. Events include brunches, EV Street Fair, bus tours, and many others.
East Village Highlights
our Home, our People, our Community
Fort Calgary is the birthplace of the city of Calgary, and the original location of the North West Mounted Police fort built at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow Rivers in 1875.
National Music Centre building will open 160,000 square-foot facility in 2016. With interactive education programming, artist incubation, engaging exhibitions and performances daily, NMC’s new space will showcase many collections, including over 2,000 rare instruments and artifacts.
Terraced basalt steps lead to the Bow River from the RiverWalk Plaza in Calgary’s Downtown East Village. RiverWalk amenities allow Calgarians to get closer to the river in a safe manner. People can launch rafts from the area, have lunch along the riverbank, or simply enjoy quiet time near the water.
Historic Simmons Building - Home to 3 culinary food establishments, Charcut, Sidewalk Citizen Bakery and Phil & Sebastian. Roof top patio provides breath taking views of the river.
The East Village new Central Library will open in 2018. Designed to be the leading library for the next century, it will inspire public libraries with it’s dynamic vitality.