The area was originally developed as a station for the Canadian Pacific Railway. But then, people started settling in this once-quiet town. It was eventually established in 1979.
Named after a village in Surrey, England, Beddington Heights is now one of the largest neighbourhoods in Calgary. Thousands of people live in the area for its proximity to downtown Calgary. It's prime location provides convenience with shopping centres, restaurants, hospitals, schools, and public transit located nearby.
Centre Street is the heart of Beddington Heights. Everything you ever need is on that street, which is also home to Calgary Co-op and Safeway. Beddington Towne Centre and Bedford Drive are also popular commercial areas.