Respecting our land, our neighbours, and the bottom line.
With Harmony, Rocky View County can address the interest for regional growth by localizing it to a node of development, while also leveraging Springbank Airport facilities and major transportation corridors. This in turn protects more viable agricultural land and the existing country residential lifestyles. According to an independent economic fiscal impact analysis, Harmony will be a significant net contributor to Alberta and to Rocky View County’s financial capacities.
When you arrive in Harmony, you notice something different. With public art programs, rolling open spaces, and an abundance of amenities waiting to be enjoyed, Harmony will have plenty to offer residents and visitors alike.
As an example of holistic planning practices, Harmony is a place that particularly nurtures art and culture – a hallmark of any great community, and one of the more exceptional aspects to be integrated into the neighbourhood.
We are stewards of our land and natural resources, and we take this role seriously. With sustainability in the community design, we have seven directives – including higher efficiency buildings, water conservation, recycling and reduction plan for construction waste, naturalized open spaces, an anti-contamination plan, and carbon footprint reduction.
Furthermore, Harmony’s innovative Integrated Water Strategy is one of the most advanced in North America and will lead Alberta in water conservation practices. We have partnered with local authorities and global thought-leaders to ensure that Harmony conserves, reuses, and respects this natural resource throughout the water cycle.