Welcome to Crossfield
Crossfield is situated in an advantageous location, along Alberta’s Queen Elizabeth II Highway (Highway 2) corridor, just to the north of the major centres of Calgary and Airdrie. The community is surrounded by prosperous agricultural land and enjoys views of the Rocky Mountains to the west. More than 2,800 residents and 250 businesses in Crossfield have access to significant transportation infrastructure, including the Canadian Pacific Railway and Highways 2 and 2A.
The community services, institutions, and facilities available to the residents of Crossfield include the Crossfield Community Centre, Reordersplash park, library, arena, rodeo grounds, curling rink, fish ponds, golf course, wetlands, cemetery, and parks such as Veteran’s Park and the snow hill.
Crossfield’s industrial businesses, which benefit from access to rail spurs and the CPR main line, include wood products, light industry, manufacturing, construction, oil and gas services, and industries related to farming and ranching products such as grain, canola, cattle, pork, and poultry.
Check our about us page for more history and information on this rapidly growing town.
DOWNED TREES/POWER LINES
Crossfield Fire Chief Ben Niven would like to warn residents with the recent snow fall, there are a number of downed tree and dangerous trees on power lines.
Residents are being asked to be careful.
FORTIS has been contacted and If you see a tree touching power lines
use extreme caution, do not touch the tree.
CALL FORTIS at 403-310-WIRE (9473)
If it’s an emergency Call 911