Why Should I Join the Community Association?
5 Good Reasons
Another 5 Good Reasons
How Do I Join the Community Association? You have several
Valid from September 1st to August 31st and expire yearly.
through membership, newsletter ad revenues, fundraising and Community Centre
rentals that we can provide services to the community. Active members are the
membership benefits you, and what the RCA does for the community:
20% off Family Membership Discount with our Key
Partner Trico Centre.
Restaurant (Quarry Park) - 10% off your bill - some conditions apply.
Athletic Innovations -
25% off any 6 month, 1 year or 2 year contract.
Sky High Bouncers -
save $20 on all rentals. Click here for
Many other discounts with community business
Brings the members up-to-date information and
becomes a voice for the community on important planning and development
issues with the City of Calgary.
Meets with Alderman and MLA to bring community
issues to light.
Distributes a monthly community
Develops and maintains website with community &
Helps create a more active involved community
presence in the community!
Entitles you to a vote at the Annual General
Qualifies you to join the Board of Directors and
make a difference in how the community association is managed.
FAQ: What is a Community
Association and the difference between a resident's/homeowner's associations?
A community association
is an organization formed by the residents of an area:
to manage and direct its social and recreational
to act as an intervener in civic matters
(planning and development)
to plan, develop and maintain community
facilities and amenities
membership is voluntary
association is a
compulsory organization created by a land developer:
to manage and maintain the "marketing" amenities
(entrance signage, ornamental parks and ponds, boulevard landscaping and
building) of a development that the City will not accept responsibility to
to manage and maintain amenities such as lakes
and golf courses
membership is compulsory
and the requirement to pay an annual fee is collected by the association
through a caveat on title