Signal Hill Homes for Sale

Signal Hill is a family oriented community with beautiful views of downtown, green spaces and large lots. It is bound by 17th Avenue to the North, Sarcee Trail to the East, the ridge of Battallion Park to the South and the community of Springbank and 69th Street SW to the West. Signal Hill is well known for its inner city location with easy access to Westhills shopping center, 17th Avenue, Westside Recreation Center, Elbow Springs Golf Course, Pinebrook Golf Course, Elbow River and some of the best elementary and junior high schools in the city. As a suburban haven with desirable amenities close by, this perfect neighbourhood is one of the most desirable inner city communities for young professionals, growing families and empty nesters.

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Signal Hill Homes For Sale

Signal Hill Restaurants

  • Le Villa (Steakhouse) 404-1851 Sirocco Dr SW, Calgary · 403-217-9699
  • Bistro Rouge (French) 1919 Sirocco Dr SW, Calgary AB T3H 2Y3 403-514-0561
  • Misato Sushi - 1851 Sirocco Dr SW, Calgary, AB T3H 2Y3,
  • Sunterra West Market - 1851 Sirocco Dr SW, Calgary, AB T3H 4R5
  • Signature Palace - 1919 Sirocco Dr SW, Calgary, AB T3H 2Y3

Signal Hill Pubs & Bars

  • Shillelagh's Pub 323-1851 Sirocco Dr SW, Calgary AB T3H 4R5
  • Seanachie 5909 Signal Hill Centre Calgary, AB

Signal Hill is home to the Battalion Park School. Operated by the Calgary Board of Education, the school serves students in kindergarten through grade six. In September 2012, it had an enrollment of 694 students drawn from Signal Hill and the nearby Richmond Hill and Springbank Hill communities

Battalion Park School

  • Grades: Kindergarden – Grade 6
  • Current Student Enrolment: 434 students
  • 369 Sienna Park DR SW
  • Phone - 403-777-7187
  • Principle – Jeff Campbell
  •  Chair, Battalion Park School Council - Jennifer Bradley
  • School Council - [email protected]
  • Events - [email protected]

Signal Hill Parks

Battalion Park, located on the hillside of Signal Hill, overlooks the Sarcee Nation. The area was a military reserve prior to World War I for the Canadian Forces. The hill features 16,000 stones hauled by soldiers and arranged to form four numbers (137, 113, 151 and 51). The numbers correspond to the four battalions of the Canadian Expeditionary Force who trained in that area before leaving to fight in World War 1. Battalion Park officially opened on November 3, 1991.