How many homes will be built in Chelsea?
There are lots of opportunities to make Chelsea your home. At completion, there will be a total of 2,080 residences.
What is the expected time frame to complete Chelsea?
We’re on track to complete our vision for Chelsea by 2030 – give or take.
What home styles & builders are in the community?
The best ones, of course! In phase one we have Duplex Homes from Truman, Laned Homes from Pacesetter by Sterling Homes, Trico Homes and Truman and Front Drive Homes from Luxuria Homes.
What schools can Chelsea residents attend?
In the future, Chelsea will be home to both a public high school and a catholic kindergarten to grade nine school. We will also be sharing a third school site with our neighbours in Dawson’s Landing which will be kindergarten to grade nine.
For now, residents can find the school nearest to them and register new students on the City website.
What amenities can residents expect in Chelsea?
In Chelsea, the spaces outside your home matter just as much as the spaces inside. Nature exists throughout the community, starting with nearly 15 acres of environmental reserve, including a five acre wetland complex. Residents can explore the area via an almost five km long regional pathway network. Looking for parks? We’ve got plenty, including over nine acres of new park space and nearly 28 acres of playfields across all three school sites.
Where is the nearest off leash park?
The off-leash area at John Peak Memorial Park is just a six-minute drive from Chelsea. There’s even a designated beach area to swim and cool off in the dog days of summer.
When will the green spaces, pathways, and playgrounds be completed?
Play is important work! Residents can expect a new form of green space, pathway or park to be completed with each new phase of development. The first playfield is set to be complete in summer 2021, as well as a network of pathways and a tot lot.
Will there be commercial amenities in the community?
AKA: how far will I have to go for milk? Not far. There will be roughly 10 acres of commercial development along Chestermere Blvd with additional smaller commercial amenities located within Chelsea.
Are there lake fees?
No way! Lake and beach access are free of charge – summer and winter – and there are no cumbersome HOA or lake fees to worry about. Boaters: see below.
I have a boat and want to use it on Chestermere lake. What do I need to know?
Residents of Chestermere who want to use their boat on the lake are required to purchase a season pass which can be easily reactivated in subsequent years. All pass holders will receive information about preventing invasive species, a boat safety courtesy check along with a Lake safety map and contact information for the boat launch, CPOs and RCMP. For more information about the boat launch please visit the City’s website.
How far are the nearest open grocery stores?
Living in Chelsea, you are close to multiple shopping hubs close by in Chestermere and Calgary.
- . No Frills is located five minutes away in Rainbow Falls, complete with a gas station and other shops and services.
- . Chestermere Station is Chestermere’s largest shopping hub with a Safeway, Boston Pizza, Starbucks and many other shops and services conveniently located down Chestermere Boulevard five minutes away by car.
- . Just a six minute drive west on Highway 1A is East Hills Shopping Centre where you will find big box stores like Walmart, Costco, Marshalls, PetSmart and other popular retailers.
Does Anthem United plant trees on my property?
Anthem United, the developer, does not plant trees on private property. However, Chelsea is part of the Complete Streets initiative, where trees are planted in the road right of way along each street.
The road right of way (or boulevard) adjacent to your property is land that is actually owned by the City, and maintained by you. The City uses this land for snow stock piling, road maintenance or other items as required.
See the next question for more details.
What is the complete streets tree planting program?
Complete Streets is an initiative designed to enhance residential streets with added colour, shade and natural protection by planting and caring for trees along public roads.
Anthem United, and then afterward the City of Chestermere, will maintain these trees but the grass below them is up to you, so plan for some extra passes with the mower every now and then.