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Palliser is a sought-after suburban neighbourhood in southwest Calgary, Alberta. Homeowners looking for a residential community with lots of natural beauty can find everything they want and need in Palliser.
The gorgeous Glenmore Reservoir sits to the north of Palliser, a feature that makes this community so desirable. Downtown Calgary is still within a reasonable drive, so residents still enjoy all the amenities and luxuries of inner-city life.
Palliser has everything from starter to luxury homes, convenient access to schooling and essential services, and tons of opportunities to escape into nature. Families and like-minded people flock to this area to enjoy a peaceful life away from the city center.
Palliser Fitness and Recreation Opportunities
Palliser is home to Southland Leisure Centre, a multi-purpose recreation facility that offers a wide variety of activities and services. This popular facility has two public skating rinks, weight rooms, fitness classes, rock climbing, a gymnasium, and a cycling studio. Southland Leisure Centre also has an impressive aquatic division offering a water park, wave pool, aqua play structure, dive tank, open pool and kiddie pool.
Residents can also head to the nearby Canyon Meadows Aquatic & Fitness Centre to enjoy some public swimming. The facility has a main pool, dive tank, hot tub, steam room, and weight room.
The community association in Palliser hosts tons of fun events like Halloween parties, boutique markets, and senior movie nights.
Golf lovers can head to the nearby Canyon Meadows Golf and Country Club. Nestled on the edge of Fish Creek Park, the facilities span over 200 acres and host widely popular tournaments and events. During the winter months, they can try out Go Go Golf. This upscale indoor 5,600-
square-foot golf facility is fun for all skill levels.
Palliser Shopping and Dining
Palliser is a great community to live in for some retail therapy. Shop at one of the many nearby malls or plazas including Oak Bay Plaza, Co-op Oakridge Plaza, Southwood Corner, or any of the 10 other plazas along the Macleod Trail.
In just 10-minutes residents can head to one of Calgary’s most extensive shopping malls, Southcentre Mall. Southcentre Mall is a bright contemporary bi-level shopping mall with over 150 stores, a food court, and a seating area. Big names like Sephora, Hudson’s Bay, Foot Locker, and Sport Check can be found at this mall.
An A&W and a Boston Pizza are right at the southwest corner of the community. Within a short drive, residents have access to a variety of dining options including fresh healthy eats, pubs, chicken shops, Mexican restaurants, and everything else your palate can crave.
Schools Serving Palliser
Palliser provides a variety of schooling options for children. Choose from public, catholic, or
private schools for elementary, middle school, or high school programs.
Public school options include Willow Park School, Louis Riel, John Ware, Robert Warren, and Henry Wise High School.
Catholic school options include St. Benedict School, St. Cyril, St. Gerard, and Bishop Grandin High School.
Private school options include Akiva Academy and The Calgary Jewish Academy.
Childcare options for Palliser include Summit Kids which is right within the community. Residents also have 8 other day care options in surrounding communities.
Transportation in Palliser
Palliser residents have access to Calgary Transit bus routes 56, 95, 99, 125, 778, and 780. The nearest LRT Station is Southland Station.
Palliser is bordered by 90 Ave SW to the north, 19 Street SW to the east, Southland Drive to the south, and 24 Street SW to the west.
What is the population in Palliser?
The population of Palliser is 3,704.
Is there a local community association in Palliser?
Palliser is covered by the Palliser Bayview Pumphill Community Association, (PBPCA). The PBPCA is very active. Their community center hosts a variety of activities for both adults and children, as well as recreation facilities such as skating rinks and sports fields.
How long is the commute to downtown Calgary?
The commute from Palliser to downtown Calgary takes 20 minutes by car or 45 minutes by public transportation.
Easily access downtown Calgary by taking either Crownchild Trail, Macleod Trail, or Highway 2 North.
What is the average household income in Palliser?
The average household income in Palliser is $81,625.
Is Palliser a safe place to live?
The violent crime rates in Palliser are 16% lower than the Calgary average.
Palliser Community Information
Established in 1967, Palliser is a residential neighbourhood in the south-west of Calgary. It is bordered to the north by 90 Ave SW, to the east by 19 Street SW, to the south by Southland Drive SW and to the west by 24 Street SW. The community was named after John Palliser, a traveller and surveyor in western Canada. He lead a campaign to examine the land mass between Lake Superior and the Pacific Ocean.
Hospitals and Clinics Serving Palliser
Palliser is approximately an 8-minute drive from Rockyview General Hospital. Palliser has access to four nearby animal clinics and a variety of therapy and specialty health clinics.
Quick Facts About Palliser
Quadrant: Southwest Calgary
Density (Individuals Per Square KM): 3,790
Violent crime rates are 16% lower than the Calgary average.
Palliser Parks and Outdoors
Palliser is home to several amazing green spaces and playgrounds for everyone to easily enjoy. The real highlight of living in Palliser is the close proximity to Glenmore Reservoir, Elbow River, and Weaselhead Flats.
South Glenmore Park provides waterfront green space with biking and hiking trails, tennis courts, an aquatic playground, and a sailing club The sun sets perfectly over the reservoir providing one of the most picturesque spots for golden hour in all of Calgary.
In the summer, residents have plenty of opportunities for sailing, kayaking, fishing, biking and hiking. Residents can enjoy classic winter activities such as cross-country skiing and skating. This area also happens to be dog-friendly and right next door to an off-leash area.
Palliser is not far from Weaseled Flats. This wildlife park features a natural river and spans 565 acres of spruce forest, hiking trails, bears, and birdlife.
Palliser Real Estate Statistics
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