Project Background

Over the past three winters, the CHPH Community Association has participated in the City of Calgary’s Adopt-a-Rink volunteer program, giving our community a place to be active and spend time with friends, family, and neighbours. Pre COVID, the CHPH also used the space to host several community skating parties, which were very well attended. 


When the Coach Hill Patterson Heights Community Association first launched the adopt-a-rink program their goal was to gauge community interest and determine whether permanent amenities would be utilized and valued. Our little rink’s popularity and success made it clear to the CHPH CA that our community is in much need of a permanent, all-season recreational hub. A place to be active, spend time outdoors, connect with neighbours, and build community spirit. 

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Project Overview

In the fall of 2020, the Coach Hill Patterson Heights Community Association Board of Directors approved the commencement of an Outdoor Activity Hub project for the community. In January 2021 a committee of board members and community volunteers was formed to oversee this project. 

Project Management Committee

Samantha Domagala, Project Lead, CHPH Adopt A Rink,

Voula Martin, Co-Project Lead, CHPH Communications Director,

Adrienne McGarvey, CHPH President,

Talena Klypak-Borbely, CHPH Vice-President,

Terri Lyn Duque - Grants

Cate Proudfoot - Sponsorship

Marcie Miranda - Communications

Vini Chari - Treasurer

Facility Name

Coach Hill - Patterson Heights Outdoor Activity Hub (subject to change)

Facility Location

6840 Coach Hill Road S.W.​ (the same location as the Adopt-a-Rink at the Coach Hill Fields)

Community Engagement Survey

In January and February of 2021, the committee began the first phase of the Outdoor Activity Hub project - community engagement. The team composed a survey to gather input and determine if CHPH residents supported the project, and if so, what elements were most important to them. The survey was advertised to the residents via hand-delivered marketing materials, Canada Post mail-out, and posters in some condos' communal spaces. It was also promoted through member emails, on the community Facebook page, and on a Bold Sign located on the east side of OBCR between Bow Trail and Coach Hill Road, then again on the west side, between Coach Hill Rd and Bow Trail. We also included information in the  CHPH Broadcaster, Westsprings/Cougar Ridge and Aspen community newsletters, and the Aspen Website.

The survey closed on February 15, 2021.

A big thank you to all of the members of our community who took the time to provide their feedback.

Survey Results and Project Design

The survey results will inspire the design concepts, which is the next step of the process. The concepts will be delivered to the committee by the end of March and the second community engagement will commence on April 15. Please check the website regularly for any updates, or send us an email if you have any questions.