About Us


The Tuxedo Park Community Association is a volunteer-led organization dedicated to enhancing our neighbourhood. Nestled in the inner-city of Calgary, Tuxedo Park runs from 16th Avenue N to 32nd Avenue N, from Edmonton Trail NE to 2nd Street NW.

Our membership includes residents and businesses throughout our community. The Tuxedo Park Community Hall (located at 202 29th Avenue NE) sits within the Tuxedo Park site, just a block off Center Street N. It’s here, in this beautiful setting, that the TPCA runs a wide variety of programming and events, and welcomes renters in both our Upper and Lower Hall.

Our Story: Since 1942

Annexed by The City in 1910, the north central community of Tuxedo Park enjoys a rich history. The community is located approximately three (3) kilometres from the city centre and is home to roughly 4,900 Calgarians. Tuxedo Park has good direct access to the downtown core, via Centre Street, and to Alberta’s two most highly trafficked highways: TransCanada Highway 1 and QEII Alberta Highway 2. Much of the area’s development is single-family dwellings, some of which are being targeted for infill redevelopment. The Community Association is situated in the heart of the community’s Central Park, which spans two city blocks.

The official boundaries of Tuxedo Park are 32 Avenue NW/NE to the south, 2 Street NW to the east, Edmonton Trail to the west, and 16 Avenue to the north.


Our Mission, Vision, & Values

The Community Association is committed to building positive relationships with the residents and businesses of Tuxedo Park by advocating for their interests and by facilitating opportunities for healthy, social, and cultural enrichment.


A vibrant, dynamic, and friendly inner-city hub.


Inclusive…we offer a welcoming place for all community members and Calgarians.

Transparent…we openly operate and communicate with members, residents, and stakeholders.

Informed…we liaise with The City and all levels of Government, sharing information with the community.

Innovative…we continually work towards finding new ways to connect the community.

Diverse…we represent a broad cross-section of cultures and generations to openly embrace and engage in change.


Get Involved

Want to better understand your community? Meet neighbours? Get involved? 

The Tuxedo Park Community Association has a wide variety of volunteering opportunities. From standalone events that take only an hour or two, to committee positions that require an hour a month, to director positions that ask only a few hours a month.