Garrison Green is a inner city community in southwest Calgary established in 1998; however, most of its homes weren’t constructed until several years later. Garrison Green is one community of three to replace the old military barracks decommissioned by the government in 1998. It truly is a beautiful community with a variety of homes including small bungalows, small to large single family homes, European style townhomes and some subsistence properties. Garrison Green has a small strip mall located at its entrance for basic amenity needs plus a variety of other small strip malls in close proximity. Some include a fire station, Mount Royal University, the Farmers Market, easy-to-access Calgary Transit routes, professional buildings and several amongst others. The neighbouring community of Currie Barracks has a vast expanse of commercial and retail space under development that will provide numerous services as well upon completion. Marda Loop business district is just across Crowchild that has over a hundred businesses available! Recreation is provided by multiple green spaces and parks in the community itself. A short walk south is the Glenmore Park that surrounds the reservoir. Walking a little bit further south and west is the Weaselhead Natural Area for added recreational opportunity, great for a serene walk or cardio workout.


  • Northern Border – Mount Royal Gate SW from Richard Road SW to Crowchild Trail SW
  • Eastern Border – Crowchild Trail SW from Mount Royal Gate SW to Glenmore Trail SW
  • Southern Border – Glenmore Trail SW from Crowchild Trail SW to Richard Road SW
  • Western Border – Richard Road SW from Glenmore Trail SW to Mount Royal Gate SW


  • Ages 24 and below – 27.8%
  • Ages 25 to 54 – 63.3%
  • Ages 55 and up – 8.8%
  • Average household income – $48,078 (Statistics Canada, 2006 Census)
  • Ratio of residents who own their property – 89.7%
  • Ratio of residents who rent their property – 10.3%

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