Ward 12 is made up of the following communities:

Auburn Bay, Copperfield, Cranston, Douglas Glen, Mahogany, McKenzie Towne, New Brighton, Riverbend, Seton, Shepard, Quarry Park.

These are some of the fastest growing communities in all of Alberta.  That growth brings opportunity, but it also brings challenges.  I have been serving the residents of Ward 12 since 2010.  Residents continue to communicate to me that infrastructure and fiscal responsibility are the two biggest concerns in Ward 12.


SE Calgary was often known as the forgotten quadrant when it came to infrastructure projects.  Ward 12 has continued to see some of the most aggressive growth rates in the entire City.


Over the last 8 years I have worked to reconcile the infrastructure deficit that SE Calgary has faced.  We have work to do, but we are making some tremendous progress!

Recreation Centres

During my 2010 election campaign residents of Ward 12 continually mentioned the need for recreation centres in SE Calgary.  During my first term I worked towards getting City Council approval of a new financing strategy that would ensure the development of four new recreation facilities in Calgary.  Three of these centres are being built in the southeast, including two in Ward 12.  It’s the beginning of a service that SE residents have been asking for. We also recently added a new athletic park in New Brighton that offers a diverse collection of outdoor sporting opportunities.  The facilities are designed to meet the needs of residents and it is very exciting to bring these services to life. Ward 12 is not just a great place to live, it’s also a great place to play!

Quarry ParkQP


108 Quarry Park Rd. SE
This $60M facility opened in 2016.

The 94,000 sq. ft. facility offers:

  • 25m, 6 lane pool
  • small leisure pool
  • hot tubs and steam room
  • gymnasium with multi-purpose flooring
  • fitness centre with cardio and strength training equipment
  • fitness/aerobics studios
  • running/walking track
  • large and small multi-purpose rooms for cultural, art, learning and business activities
  • full service Calgary Public Library
  • childcare and child-minding
  • food services

This facility will be across the street from the future Quarry Park LRT station.



19340 – 45 St. SE
This $190M facility is scheduled to open in early 2019.

The 330,000 sq. ft. facility will offer:

  • 50m, 10 lane competition pool
  • diving
  • water park
  • spectator viewing area
  • leisure pool
  • hot tubs and steam room
  • 2 multi-purpose ice rinks
  • 3 gymnasiums with multi-purpose flooring
  • fitness centre with cardio and strength training equipment
  • fitness/aerobics studios
  • running/walking track
  • large and small rooms for use as studios, classrooms and meeting spaces
  • 25,000 sq. ft. full service library
  • youth centre with dedicated space for youth activities and programs
  • 300 seat theatre
  • childcare/child minding
  • food services
  • physiotherapy/medical clinic

See more about the design for the Seton click here. 

Great PlainsGreat-Plains


5749 76 Ave. SE
This $30M facility is opened in 2016.

The 80,000 sq. ft. facility offers:

  • two multi-purpose rinks
  • enhanced spectator seating for one of the rinks
  • large and small rooms for use as a fitness centre, studios, classrooms and meeting spaces
  • food services
  • pro shop with skate sharpening


New Brighton Regional Athletic Park


Construction of the $6M New Brighton Regional Athletic Park began in the summer of 2014.  The park brings much needed outdoor sports infrastructure to southeast Calgary.

The park includes:

  • four rectangular multi sport natural turf fields (two large fields big enough to accommodate football and rugby, two smaller fields to accommodate soccer, lacrosse, ultimate frisbee and field hockey
  • one baseball natural turf diamond
  • approximately 260 parking stalls
  • change room/washroom facilities
  • regional trail through the park to connect the community
  • internal pathway connections between facilities

The project is opened in the summer of 2016.

 Green Line LRT

A lot of work has gone into bringing the LRT to Calgary’s southeast communities. And I have been talking about the Green Line LRT at length since I joined Council.  You can see all of the information regarding the Green Line, including important information about funding here:

Green Line