Membership Drive and Community Event

Canvassers Needed
Friday, September 5th to Saturday, September 13th

Each canvasser will be tasked with canvassing only 2 or 3 blocks, which can be done in about 2 hours. You can do your canvassing on any day during the membership drive week.

If walking or canvassing is not for you, we have other great ways to get involved, such as helping organize the canvassers and the Membership Party.

Membership Party

At the Hall
Saturday, September 13th – 1pm-4pm

To make this Membership Drive a success we need your help…
PLEASE call 403-253-1563 or e-mail info@haysboro.org
or sign up now to make a difference, by clicking the red box below!

Thank-you to our Gold Sponsor Ranchman’s
Also thank you to Anytime Fitness and RONA our Silver Sponsors
And to Southwood Automotive, once again our Bronze Sponsor
DJ Services provided by Hype Entertainment

Volunteers Needed!

Scoot Park Mural

bike rinks
Interested in painting a house?
Jenne Newman, a community artist, will lead community association members in painting their house as part of a mini-Haysboro street-scape. Painting during the Membership Party on Saturday, September 13th, 2014. Start painting between noon and 2pm, finish by 4pm.

Interested in painting a family crest?
Maya Gohill, a local artist, will lead an art workshop guiding registrants to create their own family crest.
September 14th 2-4pm – instruction, and September 28th 9-noon or 1-4pm – painting     

  Swankinson Crest
Haysboro Scoot Park Mural Project Registration Form
Soul of the City Release


Welcome to Haysboro!

Haysboro is an inner-city community in the South-West quadrant of the city of Calgary. Established in 1958, Haysboro is bound by Heritage Drive to the north, Macleod Trail to the east, 98th Avenue (an alley north of Southland Drive) to the south and 14 Street W and the Glenmore Reservoir to the west. It is bisected by Elbow Drive. The volunteer Community Association Board deals with the day to day operations involved with running the facilites. This includes the maintenance of the community hall, tennis courts, hockey rinks and the property surrounding it, in addition to organizing many fund-raising events.

The Haysboro Community Association produces a monthly newsletter to all residents in the community, known as the Haysboro Horn. The Horn features regular articles from our Alderman, Brian Pincott, who keeps us informed of matters that affect our Community. It also provides residents with up-to-date information about our programs, activities and upcoming events. 


Mission Statement: As a volunteer organization, our aim is to enhance and protect the quality of life for Haysboro Residents by providing and facilitating programs and services.