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    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 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 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.   




    Ranch Recreation

    SUMMER CAMPS: Register now for tennis summer camps at the Ranch. Our week-long sessions running from July to August are $90 (members) and $105 (non-members). To register please go online or call the office at 403-547-6633. Also check out summer programs at the Ranch like TuckNTumble and Pedalheads (click on Summer Programs for details).

    Park and Pool News:

    The office and park will be staffed until 9:00pm daily (unless otherwise noted above), and the games room will be open from 11:00am-8:00pm on weekends.

    RRRHA would like to remind everyone of the following guidelines and policies:

    • - There is NO LIFEGUARD on duty.
    • - Children under the age of 11 are not to be left unsupervised in the park
    • - Children up to 36 months are to wear protective plastic swimmer (little swimmers available for purchase in the office for $2.00) when in the water.
    • - No rollerblading, skate boarding or bicycling allowed in the park.
    • - Lake equipment will be available for use in 30 minute time slots between the hours of 11:00am - 8:00pm.
    • - A waiver must be filled out and signed by a parent or guardian (16 years or older) each time lake equipment is used. A piece of ID, park access card, keys (or similar) will be held in he office until the waiver the is returned to the office.
    • - Children under the age of 12 ar enot permitted to use lake equipment unattended.
    • - In the event of thunderstorms, RRRHA staff will ask all users to vacate the pool. In the event of severe weather conditions there will be no RRRHA staff in the park.

    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.

    Plans & Updates


    Effective Friday May 19th until September 16th

    Sunday to Saturday 9:00am to 9:00pm



    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!


    RRRHA is still canvassing your views regarding installing benches and planters to replace the collapsing stone planters at the Four Corners. Should these be rebuilt with a seating option? Or would you prefer to see a flower bed with benches instead? Should we offer the option of sponsored seating or memorial benches? Please let us have your views.


    We are waiting for geotechnicians to conclude their diagnostic report and supply us with details of the necessary scope of work. RRRHA will then obtain an up-to-date site plan and revised construction estimates. Once the ground can be worked, the first phase will be to dismantle the retaining walls and excavate the areas where new drains are to be installed. The construction phase can then begin to replace the retaining walls and install new drains. When these are complete, the specialist firm can then install the new court surface and markings. RRRHA regrets and inconvenience to members and thanks you for your patience.

    Latest News


    Published Friday, February 26, 2016

    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.