Learn what this quiet community has to offer.

The community of Lakeview is located in southwest Calgary along the north shore of Glenmore Reservoir. The gently rolling landscape provides glimpses of Glenmore Reservoir and the Elbow River Valley. The TsuuT’ina First Nations community is located directly west of Lakeview.
Lakeview is within Calgary which sits on Treaty 7 territory, on the lands of the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot), Iyarhe Nakoda, and TsuuT’ina Nations, as well as Region 3 of the Alberta Métis Nation.
The community began to develop in 1962, six years after being annexed to the City. The most predominant form of development in Lakeview is single family residential dwellings. The boundaries are defined as follows:
North: Glenmore Trail
East: Crowchild Trail
South: Glenmore Park
West: 37th Street SW
Spot = Location of Community Centre



Membership has its privileges

Great reasons to be a member of the Lakeview Community Association
  1. Community Newsletter: Keeping you up to date on issues and activities inside and outside of Lakeview that affect you from Lakeview volunteers who work to put it together and delivery it.
  2. Community Safety: Active, connected communities are safer.
  3. Facilities: LCA supports a community hall for meetings and events, tennis/basketball courts, and hockey/pleasure rinks.
  4. Programs & Services: We offer programs directly such as preschool and soccer. The LCA supports other organizations offering programs such as Block Watch, Guides/Scouts, and fitness classes.
  5. Planning and Development: Your community association influences transportation, roads, parks, playground development, and traffic issues. The City of Calgary and the LCA confer on these issues.
  6. Quality of Life: Individuals take pride in their community & strive to improve the quality of life for themselves and neighbours.
  7. Regional Committees & Initiatives: LCA reps speak for the community on regional issues such as parks, major infrastructure projects in the area and social issues.
  8. Resources: Through community memberships, grants, casinos and special events, the LCA raises funds to provide programs, services and maintain community facilities.
  9. Representation: Your membership supports Lakeview volunteers in activities that represent our best interests, ensuring this remains a great place to live.
  10. Special Events: Bring people together with Fun Day, Moonlight Skate, Wine Appreciation, Oktoberfest, and more.

Where can I purchase a membership?

You can purchase an individual, family, or non-resident membership from any one of the following locations:

  • In the Community Association office by cheque, cash, or credit & debit:
  • At Shoppers Drug Mart in Lakeview Plaza:
  • Online with a credit card via the PayPal button:
  • Our membership rates have not changed in 10 years. We’ve increased them by $5 starting in 2018.

Membership for

July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020

  • Individual membership: Annual fee through June 30, 2020: $20 + $1 online processing fee = $21
  • Family membership: Annual fee through June 30, 2020: $30 + $1 online processing fee = $31
  • Non-resident: Annual fee through June 30, 2020: $30 + $1 online processing fee = $31