2017 HOA FEES
Please note that all overdue accounts are charged interest at a rate of 2% per month. Payment can be made in person (by credit card, debit card or cheque) or online (credit card only). To pay online please visit https://central.ivrnet.com/rrrha. Click on the log-in button and enter in your email address and password to log in. If you cannot log in due to an invalid email or password please contact the RRRHA office at email@example.com or 403-547-6633 and we'll assist you with your login. Please do not create a new profile.
Once you have logged in you'll arrive at your user dashboard. From there go to the top menu and select Profile. On you Profile page select Payments Due. When you're ready to pay, click on the green dollar sign button next to your invoice, and follow the instructions to pay. Once your payment has been processed print off a copy of your receipt for your records.
UPDATE ON WALKPATHS AND SNOW CLEARANCE
As previously explained the RRRHA was required to cease and desist from snow clearance by the City of Calgary, which owns all the sidewalks and paths in Rocky Ridge. As such they can only be cleared by a city-appointed sub-contactor with insurance to cover 100% liability. The City does not have sufficient budget to clear all the pathways so RRRHA is paying from its own budget to more than double the number and extent of sidewalks and walk paths which will be cleared by the City contractor (Green Meadows) during Winter 2017. Any uncleared walk path is to be considered closed for the season and should not be used; if pedestrians do use these paths, they should be aware that this is at their own risk. If you have any complaints about snow clearing please convey your feedback to the City at 311.
CHILDREN'S USED TOYS AND CLOTHING SALE: Have you accumulated gently used children's clothing, toys, books or electronics that you want to sell? Are you looking to buy some gently used items? This sale is the perfect opportunity! Tables are $20 for members and $25 for non-members. Please register by Friday May 19th by dropping off or emailing in a registration form. We will need a minimum on 10 vendors to run the sale.
SPRING PROGRAMS: Registration is on-going for the Spring Session that began early April. Please click on the programs tab or this brochure for more details. Please note that dates for the Spring session may be different from those in the journal - the online dates are the most up-to-date.
TENNIS COURT UPDATE
RRRHA has obtained a quote and scope of work for the reconstruction of the lower tennis court. Once the retaining walls and drains re fixed, the space will be resurfaced and re-versioned to allow for multi-sport activities, including tennis and pickleball, with each court available on a first-come first-serve basis. The contractor has let us know that the project will require a minimum of eight weeks, starting from when ground and weather conditions permit. We will keep members updated on progress and when we expect work to be done.
Mon: 9:30am - 4:30pm
Wed/Fri: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Tues/Thurs: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Sat: 9:00am - 12:00pm
PARK ACCESS & FUTURE PLANS
The RRRHA Board wants to engage our members and local residents in a conversation regarding access to and the use of the Ranch. We invite you to contact us directly in person or via social media, to let us have your thoughts on RRRHA offering a limited number of paid day passes for non-members. At this stage we are simply gathering information, and the next step would be to conduct a formal survey. The Board might then hold a General Meeting at which any proposal would be put to a vote of all the membership. RRRHA is also interested in gauging interest for activities such as a lunchtime book group, or walking group, or bridge or chess club - other suggestions and feedback by members are very welcome!
Do you have a green thumb? Do you have strong ideas about what plants you want to see around your community? Please let the office know if you are available to volunteer for the Landscaping committee in the Spring. Last year the RRRHA concentrated on clean-up, pruning, weed control and the planting of perennials and spring bulbs. This year the RRRHA will be ordering more perennials, along with annuals to create our community's living floral displays. Other green spaces within the community which belong to the City will be maintained by RRRHA in accordance with an "Enhancement" Agreement. What this means is that the City provides a limited budget for essential landscaping (e.g. mowing fields & meridians), and RRRHA "enhances" this out of its own budget.
Welcome to the occasional (and irreverent) musings of the Board Blog. This is an area for RRRHA directors, volunteers, associates and members to write about anything and everything related to life in Rocky Ridge. Blog entries will be moderated to ensure compliance with legal and ethical standards. Ideas and opinions expressed therein are wholly the responsibility of the author and do not reflect the policies or opinions of the collective RRRHA Board or organization. Please direct any feedback or comments to the author.