Welcome to Airdrie

Airdrie is a growing city located in southern Alberta, Canada, approximately 30 minutes north of the city of Calgary. With a population of over 70,000, Airdrie is the fourth-largest city in Alberta and has become a popular destination for both residents and visitors due to its thriving economy, vibrant community, and proximity to the Rocky Mountains. Originally founded as a railway town in 1889, Airdrie has a rich history and is home to a number of historical sites and landmarks.

The city's historic downtown area is filled with charming shops, cafes, and restaurants, and the Nose Creek Valley Museum provides a fascinating glimpse into the region's past. In recent years, Airdrie has experienced significant growth and development, with a number of new residential, commercial, and industrial projects underway. The city is home to a number of major employers, including Alberta Health Services, the City of Airdrie, and the Rocky View School Division.

Airdrie is also known for its vibrant arts and culture scene, with a number of community events and festivals held throughout the year. The Airdrie Farmers Market is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike, offering a wide variety of fresh produce, handmade crafts, and artisanal goods.

For outdoor enthusiasts, Airdrie is a paradise, with a number of parks, trails, and recreational areas located throughout the city. The Nose Creek Park is a popular destination for hiking, biking, and picnicking, while the Iron Horse Park is a unique outdoor museum featuring a collection of historic trains and railway artifacts.

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Airdrie, Alberta
Rating Title Rating Rating (short) description Icon (use .png images)
Livability 85

Ranked 5th city in Alberta. Ranked 137th city in Canada. Ranks better than 97% of areass

Amenities A+

Lots of amenities close to this location

Cost of Living A+

Cost of living is 10% lower than Alberta

Crime A+

Total crime is 47% lower than Alberta

Employment C-

Household income is 11% higher than Alberta

Housing B+

Home value is 8% lower than Alberta

Schools C+

HS graduation rate is 3% higher than Alberta

Airdrie Community Guide

Airdrie has several vibrant communities that offer residents a diverse and welcoming environment. Some of the notable communities in Airdrie include King's Heights, which features a mix of single-family homes, townhouses, and condos, as well as numerous parks and playgrounds.

Another popular community is Cooper's Crossing, known for its spacious homes, community pond, and extensive trail network. Meanwhile, the Windsong community boasts a central park, ponds, and numerous walking paths, making it a great place for families to enjoy the outdoors. Overall, Airdrie's communities offer a range of amenities and attractions, making it a great place to live, work, and play.

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What is the community atmosphere like in Airdrie?
Airdrie is known for its strong sense of community and family-friendly atmosphere. The city hosts various community events throughout the year, such as the Airdrie Festival of Lights, Airdrie Pro Rodeo, and numerous farmers' markets. These events foster a close-knit community spirit and provide opportunities for residents to connect and engage with one another.
What educational facilities are available in Airdrie?
Airdrie offers a range of educational options, including several public and private schools. The city is served by the Rocky View Schools division, which operates multiple elementary, middle, and high schools. Notable schools include Ralph McCall School, George McDougall High School, and Bert Church High School. Additionally, Airdrie has preschools, daycare centers, and access to post-secondary institutions in nearby Calgary.
What recreational activities are available in Airdrie?
Airdrie provides numerous recreational opportunities for residents of all ages. The city boasts several parks, playgrounds, and sports fields, such as Nose Creek Park and Chinook Winds Regional Park, which offer facilities for soccer, baseball, and other outdoor activities. The city also has pathways and trails for walking, jogging, and cycling. For indoor recreation, Genesis Place Recreation Centre offers swimming, fitness classes, and various sports programs. Additionally, Airdrie has community centers that host activities, clubs, and events catering to diverse interests.