Chestermere initially named Chestermere Lake, is a city in the Canadian region of Alberta, inside Rocky View County. It is to a great extent a worker town of Calgary and is a part district of the Calgary Regional Partnership. The city, which encompasses Chestermere Lake, was known as Chestermere Lake from 1977 to 1993. This city has movers services Chestermere which helps many companies to move.
The number of inhabitants in the City of Chestermere as per its 2017 city statistics is 20,331, a difference in 3.1% from its 2016 metropolitan enumeration populace of 19,715.
In the 2016 Census of Population led by Statistics Canada, the City of Chestermere recorded a populace of 19,887 living in 6,112 of its 6,250 absolute private abodes, a difference in 34.2% from its 2011 populace of 14,824. With a land region of 32.94 km2 (12.72 sq mi), it had a populace thickness of 603.7/km2 (1,563.7/sq mi) in 2016.
In the 2011 Census, the City of Chestermere had a populace of 14,824 living in 4,635 of its 4,858 all out homes, a difference in 49.4% from its 2006 changed populace of 9,923. With a land zone of 32.64 km2 (12.60 sq mi), it had a populace thickness of 454.2/km2 (1,176.3/sq mi) in 2011. The 2011 statistics additionally demonstrated that Chestermere was positioned as the district with the fifth-most noteworthy populace development somewhere in the range of 2006 and 2011.
Chestermere is available ashore through Trans-Canada Highway (Alberta Highway 1) and Chestermere Boulevard/17 Avenue SE (in the past endorsed as Alberta Highway 1A). Via air, the city is open through Chestermere (Kirkby Field) Airport.
The state funded schools in the city are Chestermere High School, Chestermere Lake Middle School, Prairie Waters Elementary School, East Lake School and Rainbow Creek Elementary School. Government funded schools in the city are controlled by the Rocky View School Division, which incorporates a few different networks encompassing Calgary.
For freely supported Catholic training, the city falls inside the ward of the Calgary Catholic School District, which runs the St. Gabriel the Archangel school for grades 7-12 and Our Lady of Wisdsom school for grade K-6.
Most instructive requirements past this (for example post-auxiliary training) are met inside Calgary.