Bicycle Parking

Bike Cage at Livingston Place

The Livingston Place Bike Cage is located on the P1 level of the parkade which accommodates up to 230 bikes. For entry to the bike cage, a tenant must enter in through the parkade doors (same as a vehicle) and follow the 'Cyclist' signs. Remember to carry your card as the doors will be closed after hours and entry to the parkade is gained only through card swipe. 

Once inside the parkade, follow the cyclist path to the P1 level Bike Cage. There, you will need to swipe your card to gain access. Please remember to bring your own lock to secure your bike once inside and stationed.

In order to provide a safe environment for all, access to the bike cage will be provided to tenants that have completed an annual Bicycle Parking Agreement. The Agreement provides access for a full calendar year. Please download it, complete it and email it to [email protected]

Bicycle Parking Agreement

P1 Changerooms and Showers

Prior to accessing the P1 changerooms, we ask you to please complete the Facility Waiver Agreement sign and return to [email protected].  

A capacity limit of 4 has been set to ensure proper physical distancing in the facility. Magnets are provided at the entrance door (or users are welcome to bring their own magnets) and are to be used to visually indicate how many people are currently inside the changeroom. Please ensure you follow the instructions posted at the entrance door to increase health and safety as well as efficiency for all users.

Complimentary towel service will be available. Common use items such as hair tools, products, irons/steamers, and coat hangers remain out of service at this time. Lockers will also remain out of service.

Should you have any questions regarding the changerooms, please contact Ronald Cheung, Assistant Property Manager at [email protected] or 403-202-7910.

Facility Waiver Agreement

Prevent bicycle theft

With the upcoming warmer season and bicycle commuter increase, we would like to remind you bicycle theft remains a concern across Calgary, particularly in the downtown core.

For more information and tips on how to prevent bicycle theft, please access the following resources created by BOMA Calgary and Calgary Police Services:

  • Information Poster - outlining a few simple tips for preventing bicycles from theft, as well as proactive steps that can help ensure a safe return if a bicycle does go missing.
  • Bicycle Identification card – having your bicycle identification information and some photos on file will make it easier to report, and hopefully recover a stolen bicycle.

The Calgary Police Service have also been using Bike Index, a non-profit registry for bike owners to reconnect people with their bikes after they have been recovered.