Evergreen is a suburban residential community in the far southwest of Calgary, nestled in expansive prairie beauty.
Residents enjoy an enviable position somewhere between urban and rural, with quick access to city conveniences, and easy escape routes to outdoor wonderlands like Kananaskis Country.
An overwhelming number of homes in the neighbourhood are single-family detached houses.
Evergreen is not to be confused with Evergreen Estates, a neighbouring community established in the 1990s. Evergreen Estates is under the jurisdiction of the Shawnee-Evergreen Association, referenced below.
Fish Creek Provincial Park is a rare gem for a city the size of Calgary: a vast area of protected natural space with kilometres of trails for hiking, biking and running. For Evergreen residents, it’s their backyard.
An elementary school is in the works for the neighbourhood. Currently, bus services take students to schools in neighbouring communities.
Anderson Road and Macleod Trail are the major roadways that will get you close to the community. Bus services connect the neighbourhood to the southern CTrain line.
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