Public school students are fortunate in proximity to be attending the Silver Springs elementary, W.O. Mitchell elementary, F.E. Osborne junior high, and Bowness senior high school. Catholic school students are afforded a similar luxury in distance with attendance at Msgr. Doyle elementary, St. Vincent junior high, and St. Francis senior high school.
Tree-lined and recognized by residents for its’ vibrancy, Silver Springs is more than just a community on the north bluff of the Bow River. Many residents take up a home here in the neighborhood for the green spaces; miles of walking paths, bike trails, and opportunities to visit the Bowness Park and the Canada Olympic Park for activities offered year-round. The local community centre also offers a wide array of activities including fitness, painting, yoga, martial arts, and sports for children of all ages to partake.
Calgary Transit offers over two dozen stops throughout Silver Springs and surrounding areas to allow residents to travel anywhere they may want to within the limits of Calgary.
The Silver Springs neighborhood has come to be known in recent decades for a family-friendly atmosphere, its’ hospitable residents, and the comfortable yet energetic lifestyle offered here. Silver Springs uses a small town setting to further emphasize its’ residents big ambitions, big ideas, and big opportunities that await them in the neighborhood & in the city. Safe, clean, and with affordable housing, Silver Springs offers convenience and serenity wrapped in a combination unlike what can be seen anywhere else in Calgary.Internal server error. Crash reporter has reported this crash to the system administrator.