Coral Springs is a residential neighbourhood in the north-east quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located at the eastern edge of the city and is bounded by 64 Avenue N to the north, McKnight Boulevard to the south, 68 Street E to the west and 84 Street E and the Rocky View County to the east.
Coral Springs is a new community, established in 1991. It was built with an architectural style and layout that emphasizes its Californian theme, with a lake at the center of the neighbourhood. Coral Springs was annexed by Calgary in 1983 and is home to plenty of green space and pathways. The variety of housing costs in Coral Springs has allowed the community to remain economically diverse. There is one separate school in the area.