Do you want to move closer to the city of Calgary while still keeping a town lifestyle? Let reliable Okotoks home builders build your home in a family-friendly community. The town of Okotoks allows you to develop your dream residence and enjoy a host of attractive opportunities, especially in business and family recreation.
“Okotoks is located only a few minutes south of Calgary’s city limits off Highway 2, and it’s become an attractive alternative for people looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. A 43 per cent spike in population from 2003 to 2011 prompted the town council to removing the long-standing population cap.
With an average age of 34, Okotoks is generally seen as a young community, says town economic development team leader Shane Olson.
Olson says whether young or not-so-young, people are attracted to Okotoks thanks to things like its many kilometres of pathways and recreation facilities that are considered to be on par with Calgary, including Seaman Stadium — home to the Okotoks Dawgs Baseball Club. And its small-town charm has even attracted immigrants from Great Britain, he says.”
Children can have fun in the community playgrounds and learn in the nearby schools. They can even have the best of both worlds in local programs like the 1st Okotoks Scouts. The group has been teaching kids survival skills and practical life lessons for 60 years running.
The whole family can also enjoy activities together. There is the Kite Festival in Riverside Park that even families from Foothills and Calgary participate in. Various other events and activities are held throughout the year to keep the community life vibrant.
All these and more are plenty of reason for you to hire premier Calgary builders in the Okotoks Air Ranch. Take inspiration from show homes and tweak particular features to suit you and your family. With the guidance of professional builders, you can freely customise your space, ensure quality in materials, and build a home reflective of your unique style.
(Source: Okotoks and High River planning for future and rebuilding, The Calgary Herald, May 8, 2014)