The Block Connector Program is a partnership between the Highland Park Community Association (HPCA) the City of Calgary, and Carya. 

The Block Connector Program aims to:
•        Help neighbours (living on the same block) connect with, and support, one another;
•        Share information about local resources and opportunities; and
•        Create some fun on the block!

Residents who act as Block Connectors receive support and training, and must complete a Police Check.

Participation in the program is voluntary and all contact between participants must respect current health advisories and directives. Please complete the form below to become a member of your block for the program.  

Once you have completed this form you will be introduced to the Block Connector for your Block.  If there is not yet a Block Connector for your block you will still be contacted and advised.

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1. What is your contact information?

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2. What is the best way to contact you?

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3. How many people live in your house?

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4. How long have you lived in Highland Park?

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5. Do you have any ideas about how we can create some fun in the community during the pandemic? (i.e. things we can do that don't involve getting together).

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6. Are you interested in being a Block Connector?

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Block Connector has the
following general roles:

1) Share information with neighbours about local resources and opportunities;
3) Connect with neighbours on a regular basis;  
3) Help connect neighbours with one another and create some fun on the block.

Are you interested in being a Block Connector? 

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7. Are you interested in a participating in the program in a supporting role?

This might include:
  1. Assisting your Block Connector to plan activities or to share information with neighbours;
  2. Providing support to an isolated neighbour;
  3. Assisting with the Block Connector Program as a whole (i.e. entering data, communicating with Block Connectors, leading a community wide event)