Coach Hill Community Information

Originally established in 1979 as a Calgary community, the neighbourhood of Coach Hill is easily found within Sarcee Trail to the east, the Bow Trail to the south, 69th Street to the west, and Old Banff Coach Road to the north. Coach Hill has procured its’ name because of its’ location along the Old Banff Coach Road, which used to be used by stage coach travelers on their way to Banff. The neighborhood has now grown to maintain a population of over 3,000 residents in a community with a median household income of approximately $75,000. Just over 15% of the housing is used for renting with the vast majority of properties being handled by permanent residents. The neighbourhood has progressed throughout the decades with new developments and is still a relatively young community.

Coach Hill’s public school students attend Olympic Heights Elementary, Vincent Massey Junior High, and Ernest Manning Senior High School. Meanwhile, Catholic school students attend John Costello Elementary, St. Monica Junior High, and Bishop Carroll Senior High School – all accessible in communities neighbouring Coach Hill.

Offering incredible views of the downtown city and with easy access to the downtown’s amenities via the Bow Trail, this neighbourhood is highly desirable to many new city residents. One can experience why simply by taking a drive through some of Coach Hill’s streets. Rife with naturalistic scenes and elegant views from the Edworthy Park/Bow River area, Coach Hill is well known for the recreational opportunities available throughout. Also, the community association regularly puts on events year-round to encourage residents to gather including the annual Stampede Breakfast. To meet all of your shopping needs, there are amenities such as Strathcona Square, the Aspen Landing Shopping Centre, and the Westbrook Shopping Centre that are all easy accessible to residents nearby.

Calgary Transit offers several stops throughout the community of Coach Hill to accommodate residents who wish to travel to other parts of the city. In addition, the neighbourhood is served by the 69th Street C-Train station which allows easy access to Calgary’s most advanced transportation system facilitating quick travel to some of the city’s busier areas.

Coach Hill offers smiles and greetings, and is highly welcoming to new residents wishing to set themselves up in the area. Travel down the streets, enjoy the warmth of the sunshine, and see the reflection of one of Calgary’s most attractive areas. Get open spaces, nature, and organic beauty in an area where you can still have easy access to downtown Calgary. Invest in a Coach Hill property and reap the rewards.