City of Calgary parks are looking for input and feedback from residents concerning a new cemetery planned for the city’s southeast.
“Cemeteries are an essential service provided by The City of Calgary to and for Calgarians and we’re looking for feedback on three design concepts,” said Gary Daudlin, Parks Cemeteries superintendent. “Citizens’ input on these designs will help us ensure the new cemetery meets the diverse needs of Calgarians now and in the years to come.”
A public open house is being held Thursday, May 1 from 5-8 p.m. in the Blue Heron Room at Ralph Klein Park (12350 84th Street SE).
“When providing input and feedback on the new southeast cemetery, we want citizens to think about the story they want to tell future generations about this city and people who shaped it, while also providing ideas on how the cemetery can address the needs of today,” Daudlin said.
For those not able to attend the open house the City has an online survey from May 1 to June 1 here.