Airdrie, Alberta is tucked neatly between Highway 2 and Highway 567 along the Calgary/Edmonton corridor. It's a delightful town with a unique "village" feel. This may be due to its earlier history as a railway town. In Alberta, the Canadian Pacific Railroad supplies many towns and cities in this province and is considered essential for maintaining a pristine, picturesque province. Airdrie is a perfect example of this.
Airdrie, Home Sweet Home. The midsize population of Airdrie is a feature that many potential home buyers favor. Airdrie is home to a perfectly balanced diverse population. Coupled with a lush, scenic view of the Canadian Rockies, daily living in Airdrie is the perfect blend of rural and urban amenities. Airdrie has a unique "small town" appeal, so desired by couples and families with children. In Airdrie, people are friendly and easy going. Visitors to Airdrie immediately feel as if this city is "Home Sweet Home." Airdrie is used to visitors, since it lies along major highways traveled regularly by tourists.
Lots to Do in Airdrie. Airdrie is an active community with a good blend of homes, business, entertainment and sports. Lacrosse is one of Airdrie's favorite sports. There's nothing like the fall in Airdrie. The air is crisp and clean. The aspens crackle as their leaves turn brilliant gold and residents enjoy the Airdrie Family Fall Festival. Children and adults look forward to the winter sports and the Airdrie Festival of Lights. Spring in Airdrie begins in May and is filled with profuse color and with the excitement warmer temperatures always bring. Airdrie hints at its western flavor with the Airdrie Pro Rodeo. Residents enjoy the Iron Horse Park, as well as Nose Creek Park and the Nose Valley museum. There's also a love for the arts here and the Bert Church Live Theater is a testament of this.