Glendale Community Newsletter
Glendale Thumper is the official Glendale Community Association Newsletter. Glendale Thumper is a free glossy covered magazine style newsletter published monthly (12 times per year), and delivered to every household, apartment and business in Glendale. Consisting of community news, event notifications, philanthropic initiatives, real estate statistics, and babysitter lists, Glendale Thumper community newsletter has strong and consistent readership and advertising visibility.
Glendale Community Association
The Glendale and Glendale Meadows Community Association is an organization of volunteers who strive to enrich the quality of life of all citizens in the community. A strong Community Association benefits the community by supporting and running local programs and initiatives that make our community safer, greener, healthier and happier. The Association also serves an important role, allowing citizens to express a broad range of concerns, whether it be social and physical planning, transportation or any concerns where citizens represent themselves to local decision makers.
Volunteers are essential for the Association. All those who are involved in the community association activities are volunteers who give their time and talents freely in an effort to make their community a better place to live. Your help as an organizer, coach, participant or interested member would be welcome. Call any of your Board of Directors to volunteer or for information about your association.
Glendale Community Demographics
In the City of Calgary’s 2012 municipal census, Glendale had a population of 2,749 living in 1,111 dwellings, a 0.7% increase from its 2011 population of 2,730. With a land area of 1.4 km2 (0.54 sq mi), it had a population density of 1,960/km2 (5,090/sq mi) in 2012.
Residents in this community had a median household income of $55,400 in 2000, and there were 10.2% low income residents living in the neighborhood. As of 2000, 18% of the residents were immigrants. A proportion of 9.1% of the buildings were condominiums or apartments, and 20.1% of the housing was used for renting For more detailed info visit the City of Calgary community profiles site.