Calgary Downtown Map
Calgary Downtown Map
This street map of downtown Calgary shows the downtown area and locates key street details including all major roads, road names, political boundaries, transit, points of interest, parks, schools, churches, public buildings and landmarks. Minute details are clearly shown on this colorful map including Calgary International Airport, provincial parks, County of Rocky View, etc. For easy assistance, there is a detailed legend panel below the map.
How to use this map?
Other than your specific requirement, you can also use this map for locating and marking points of interest, roads, business service areas and city areas on a large poster. Many of our customers also use this map as wall decor in their office or home.
How to create a custom map of Calgary?
You can also create a custom map of various regions and neighborhoods in downtown using our Calgary neighborhoods map.
The map can be centered on any location of your choice and order the map in different page orientations - portrait or landscape. You can add any title to your customized map and place an order in various sizes and finishing materials.
More maps of Calgary
- Calgary Map - A map of Calgary city available in portrait form in 38 x 54 inches.
- Calgary Neighborhoods Map - A customizable map of the city available in both orientations in 4 sizes.
- Calgary Postal Code Map - A map showing the FSA of Calgary, available in portrait form in 36 x 48 inches.
Your order will be processed within 2-3 business days, except on weekends or holidays. These will be shipped via Canada Post and the shipping charges will vary from $9.99 to $30.99. It will be calculated and displayed at checkout. The shipping cost depends on the size of the map and your location.
Downtown Calgary is about 1,042.4 m (3,420 ft) above sea level, and the airport is 1,076 m (3,531 ft). In 2011, the city covered a land area of 825.29 km2 (318.65 sq mi). The area can be recognized by its numerous skyscrapers - of which some structures are Calgary Tower and the Saddledome. Office buildings tend to concentrate within the commercial core, while residential towers occur most frequently within the Downtown West End and the Beltline, south of downtown.
Where is Downtown Calgary?
The region is a part of the central Calgary area, Alberta. Divided into several neighborhoods, namely the Central Business District, Eau Claire, Chinatown, East Village, and the West End, the downtown area is bordered by 14th Street W. on the west, the Bow River and Prince's Island Park on the north, the Elbow River on the east and the CPR mainline tracks on the south.
You can create your own maps of any of these neighborhoods using our customizable Calgary neighborhoods map.
Population of Downtown
Calgary’s population according to the 2016 municipal census, is of 18,114 people.
Major landmarks and buildings
McMahon Stadium, Centre Street Church, Calgary Temple, Chinese Cultural Centre, Centre Street Bridge, Cliff Bungalow-Mission Community Association, Armengol Statues, Olympic Oval, The Scotiabank Saddledome, Fort Calgary, Olympic Plaza, Calgary Tower, Stephen Avenue Walk, etc.
About Publisher: Lucidmap
This Calgary Downtown map is a production of Lucidmap. The publishing house is headquartered in Toronto. With its team of expert cartographers, graphic designers, GIS specialists and more, Lucidmap serves the majority of the Canadian market share with its business dealings of printed map products, hundreds of Atlas and fold map titles.
Lucidmap provides cartographic and GIS services to several domains of public transit, real estate, tourism, municipal, corporate, small business, enterprise and government clients.
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Commercial Core in the Calgary Downtown region
The commercial centres in downtown Calgary are divided into a number of districts including:
- Entertainment District/Stephen Avenue: Located along the 8th Avenue South, the district contains the pedestrian mall of Stephen Avenue, lined with restaurants and shops, enclosed shopping centers. Landmark buildings found in this district include the Hyatt Regency Hotel, which incorporates several historic buildings into its facade.
- Olympic Plaza: The urban park and gathering place in downtown Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The venue was created for the medal ceremonies. Olympic Plaza serves as a meeting place, and an outdoor event area, hosting concerts and festivals. In the winter, it is used as a public ice skating area. The plaza is accessible by Calgary's CTrain system at the City Hall station.
- Cultural District: The cultural district is centered on the Burns Building and Olympic Plaza and contains educational and cultural venues such as Bow Valley College, Glenbow Museum and Arts Commons.
- Government District: This is an informal subdivision of the downtown core that is centered along Macleod Trail, between the commercial core, Chinatown and Downtown East Village. It contains the City Hall, the Calgary Public Library, the Calgary Police headquarters, the Harry Hays building, Bow Valley College, the United States consulate and the Calgary Board of Education among other buildings.
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