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Cameron Heights Home Owners Association - Edmonton

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The Homeowners' Association

A society enacted to provide services and maintenance above the municipal standard.

A bit of background on Cameron Heights!

Allard Developments was the original developer in Cameron Heights. In order for city to approve planned additive features such as a block wall and rock in the centre boulevards, Allard had to form an HOA to look after such areas (so that these do not fall under City responsibility). Allard was also responsible for creating bylaws at that time. When the playground was built, Allard handed the HOA over to the community league board to “run”. At the first HOA AGM after this handover, many board members stepped down and new volunteers stepped in. This now formed an HOA board and a separate Community League board.
The portion of land to the north of Cameron Heights was then bought by Delta Square Developments and the small section of land at Clement Court traded hands but was under Holmes Developments. At this time, both developers were asked to join the HOA. Delta Square declined. Holmes added an HOA to their titles, but not the correct Cameron Heights HOA. To change titles at this time would require 100% agreement by all non-HOA homeowners. This is unlikely, however, many non HOA members contribute to our community in a variety of ways – through volunteering and through financial donations. (Community Composition – approx 100 non HOA residences (excluding rental condos) and approx 750 HOA residences) .

HOA vs Community League

HOA Community League
Both are non-partisan and are governed under the societies act
Has own board of directors made up of volunteers living in the community
Usually started by housing developers in agreement with the city to take care of added upkeep of features built in the community Run by the EFCL (Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues)
Cameron Heights HOA looks after the public facing side of masonry walls and chain link fences, and any augmented landscaping desired in the community (above and beyond city maintenance) Takes care of social events (fun days, garage sales) and community programming (swimming, sports, activities) for the community
Builds community amenities such as gardens, parks, sports courts, and community halls (this is due to access to grants that the HOA cannot access)
Collects yearly dues ($240/property) – as per caveat attached to property titles for all houses built in areas initially developed by Allard Developments Collects yearly donations ($35/family) – voluntary payment including everyone in a community – no boundaries

Cameron Heights HOA Manager

Donna Fruhwirth

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