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Community

About Priddis

Nestled in the Foothills of the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains, Priddis boasts topography of rolling hills and spectacular scenery. It is primarily ranch country. Due to its proximity to the City of Calgary, the Priddis area is becoming increasingly popular for commuters to live and enjoy the glorious vistas, quiet lifestyle and friendly and active community atmosphere. 

The Priddis Community Hall is situated in the hamlet of Priddis. Built in 1900, it is the oldest, active Hall in Alberta. It is as charming as it is well appointed, having been updated with a commercial kitchen and hardwood floors. The Hall has a picturesque setting on the Priddis Creek with lovely grounds and ample parking.

To find Priddis, head west on Highway 22X (Marquis of Lorne Trail/Spruce Meadows Trail) from Macleod Trail South for 14 kms. Turn left or south onto Priddis Valley Road and the Hamlet is just over the bridge.

Priddis Community Association Bylaws

Contact the Board with any questions or concerns.

Meetings & Volunteering

Meetings:   Meeting virtually during Covid

The Priddis Community Association Board meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:00 pm at the Priddis Hall, except July and August. All Members are welcome to attend. Your input is appreciated.

Volunteers:
Volunteers are an integral part of the Priddis Community Association. With your support, the Priddis Community Hall will continue to offer a great local meeting place for our many activities and social events. If you would like to join the Board, volunteer for an event or casino, contact priddiscommunications@gmail.com

Priddis Post

The Priddis Post is a local newsletter published twice a year and distributed by the Priddis Community Association. It highlights local information sessions, meetings, and the many fun and exciting events happening at the Priddis Community Hall and surrounding areas.

If you would like to advertise in the next issue of the Priddis Post, contact 

priddiscommunications@gmail.com

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