Formed in 1992, the Eau Claire Community Association (ECCA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing and maintaining the quality of living in Eau Claire. It is recognized by the City of Calgary as the official voice of the Eau Claire community.
The ECCA Board of Directors meets the first Wednesday of the month at the Gray Family Eau Claire YMCA. Board elections take place at the AGM, with members elected for 2-year terms. The Board addresses issues of concern to the community, including planning, transportation, safety, and noise and we maintain an open, two-way channel of communication with the City of Calgary and Calgary Police Service representatives. The ECCA is a member of the Federation of Calgary Communities, which provides courses on urban planning, community relations, board governance and other workshops to assist Board members in their roles. If you are interested in serving on the ECCA board or volunteering your time in any capacity please contact us.
The Eau Claire Community Association strives to create a vibrant connected community. Our approach to planning and development is to enhance the quality of life for our residents.
Eau Claire is a safe, clean and liveable residential community proud of its natural environment. We are supportive of social and recreational gathering places and relevant businesses that support the community.
Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP)
The Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) for Eau Claire is a Calgary City Council document that sets out comprehensive land use policies and other planning proposals for the Eau Claire area.
The ECCA by-laws define the purpose and direction of the ECCA and are registered under the Societies Act of Alberta.
The community of Eau Claire is located adjacent to the Downtown Commercial Core, bounded by Prince's Island and the Bow River on the north and centre of 4th Avenue on the south, extending from the centre of 2nd Street SW to the centre of 9th Street SW.