Calgary Alberta Map
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Calgary City Map
This Calgary city map features local and regional road network information about the city. It is ideal for the business functions that involve planning service delivery, catchment area or sales territory. You can find detailed information on this map highlighting the Municipal, Town and Zip Code boundaries.
How to customize this map?
You can customize the map by centering it around the area of your choice. Click on "Close Preview" to start editing. You can search for any particular location in the city using the search bar on the map. You also have the option of drag arrows and zoom buttons to adjust the print area.
The zoom-in option will allow you to get a closer look at your city and the zoom out option will let you print the entire neighborhood.
Once you are done customizing the map, you can add any title of your choice to the map. We also have various options to choose for sizes, orientations, and finishing material.
More Calgary street maps
- Calgary Downtown Map - A detailed map of Calgary's CBD area available in portrait form in 28.5 x 40.5 inches.
- Calgary Map - Map of the entire Calgary city available 38 x 54 inch size.
- Calgary Postal Code Map - A map showing the FSA of the city available in 36 x 48 inches.
Maps orders from MapTrove will be processed within 2-3 business days and shipped via Canada Post. The shipping charges can vary from $9.99 to $30.99 and will be calculated and displayed during checkout. The charges depend on the size of the map and your delivery location.
More Information About Calgary
Facts and Figures:
|Area Covered||825.3 km²|
|Latlong Coordinates||51.0486° N, 114.0708° W|
|Nearby Cities/States||Edmonton, Saskatoon, Vancouver, Seattle, Victoria, Portland, Winnipeg, Reno, Denver, Aurora, etc.|
|Popular Places||Calgary Zoo, Calgary Tower, Heritage Park Historical Village, Glenbow Museum, Prince's Island Park, Fort Calgary, Fish Creek Provincial Park, WinSport, Calaway Park, etc.|
|Economy||The economy of Calgary includes activity in the energy, financial services, film and television, transportation and logistics, technology, manufacturing, aerospace, health and wellness, retail, and tourism sectors. It is the leader in the Canadian oil and gas industry, and its economy expanded at a significantly higher rate than the overall Canadian economy over the ten-year period. It is one of the fastest-growing regions in the country and has been consistently recognized for its high quality of life. Calgary also has the second-highest concentration of head offices in Canada (behind Toronto), the most head offices per capita, and the highest head office revenue per capita.|
Business District in Calgary Alberta - Downtown Area
The region of Central Calgary in Alberta holds the second largest concentration of head offices in Canada. Divided into several neighborhoods, the Central Business District, Eau Claire, Chinatown, East Village, and the West End. There are a number of districts with Downtown Calgary as well, most of them being within the Central Business District.
Calgary Downtown has a significantly larger population than that of other Canadian cities of similar sizes, such as Ottawa and Edmonton. Calgary's dense business area comprises the bulk of the downtown community. It is a core of skyscrapers.
It is arguably the densest downtown area of any city of its size in North America. Many of the buildings are connected via an 18 km (11 mi) long network of elevated walkways and bridges. The system which is known as the "+15" is the largest of its kind in the world.
The area surrounding the Stephen Avenue Walk is Downtown Calgary's primary retail area. The street is also home to a number of galleries, restaurants, pubs, off-beat cinemas, nightclubs and drinking establishments.
|Flat Size||36 x 48 in|