ARTICLE IV: The Government of the Association
4.01.The Board of Directors
a. Each Board member must be a Member (or designate of a corporate Member) in good standing of the Association at the time of his election and throughout his term of office; and a Board member shall ipso facto cease to be a Board member if he dies, is convicted of an indictable offence or is declared mentally incompetent by a court of law, or if he ceases to be a Member (or designate of a corporate Member);
b. If an owner of a Subdivided Lot is a corporation, any one officer, director or other designate of the corporation is eligible to become a member of the Board;
c. Board membership shall commence upon election or appointment to the Board and shall expire at the next succeeding Annual General Meeting, unless prior thereto the Board member resigns, becomes disqualified under clause (a) hereof or is removed under clause (d) hereof. Board members may be re-elected;
d. Vacancies in the Board may be filled by appointment by the remaining Board members to serve until the next Annual General Meeting; provided that a Board may be removed prior thereto by resolution of the Members of the Association at any Special Meeting of the Members duly called for such purpose;
e. The affairs of the Association shall be managed by the Board consisting of not less than three (3) nor more than seven (7) persons;
f. The Officers shall consist of a President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer, and they shall be appointed by the Board from amongst Board members; and the Board may appoint one person to more than one position, and the Board may also remove any officer from office;
g. The number of Board members shall be fixed at each Annual General Meeting;
h. Any member of the Board shall be eligible for re-election to the Board, subject to the limitation set out in Section 4.01 c.;
i. The Board shall, subject to these By-laws and any directions given it by majority vote at any General Meeting properly called and constituted, have full control and management of the affairs of the Association, and meetings of the Boards may be held as often as may be required, but at least once every twelve months, and shall be called by the President or on the instructions of any two (2) members of the Board provided they request the President in writing to call such meeting, and state the business to be brought before the meeting,
j. Meetings of the Board shall be called by ten (10) days notice in writing and mailed to each member or by three (3) days notice by telephone unless waived by all of the members of the Board;
k. A majority of the members of the Board, personally present, shall constitute a quorum at any meeting of the Board;
l. Each member of the Board including the President shall have one (1) vote. In the case of an equality of votes, the President shall not have a second or casting vote and the motion will be deemed defeated;
m. A resolution of the Board in writing signed by all of the members of the Board shall be as effective as a resolution passed at a meeting of the Board duly convened and held.
We live in a vibrant, healthy community with great neighbours, activities and attractions.
ERHA represents the homeowners of Eagle Ridge including the sub-communities of Eagle Ridge Point and Eagle Ridge Place. All homeowners are required to become part of the Eagle Ridge Homeowner’s Association and are obligated to pay the annual dues of the association.
Eagle Ridge Point and Eagle Ridge Place also have homeowner’s associations which provide amenities and supports specific to their communities. The homeowners in those communities pay HOA fees to BOTH their association and the Eagle Ridge Homeowners Association.
To encourage a safe, friendly and active neighbourhood by providing programs and services that promote family and community, and acting as an advocate by representing the needs and interests of the community’s members.
To encourage a Safe neighbourhood ...
To encourage a Friendly neighbourhood ...
To encourage an Active neighbourhood ...
Acting as an advocate ...
If you have any questions about something not noted above, please contact us or contact the City of Edmonton by dialing 311 or online for more information or to register your concerns.
Click to read the Eagle Ridge Homeowners' Association Bylaws (May 15, 2019)
We are walking distance from Edmonton’s largest off-leash and multi-use park; City of Edmonton bus service on call to area; walkable shopping and banking services.
Our park includes soccer fields, baseball diamond, children's playground, community garden, walking paths, and much more.
Bus 56 and 703 runs right in the heart of the Eagle Ridge Community connecting us. Please see below the map of the Route 703. Alternatively, you can use ETS Real Time Tools for date-specific route schedule information.
The Board of ERHA is composed of volunteers from the community who generously give their time and energy to support the community and homeowners of Eagle Ridge, Eagle Ridge Place and Eagle Ridge Point. Disrespectful or harassing behaviour directed toward the members of the Board or the Administrator will not be tolerated.
As per Bylaw 4.01, the Board is elected at the Annual General Meeting every year. Members volunteer to assume a one-year term position. An individual may stand for re-election.
The duties of the Board are outlined in the Bylaw 4.02 of the Association.
The Board of ERHA has supported the initiation of the Edmonton Neighbourhood Watch (ENW) Program in Eagle Ridge. I welcome interested neighbours to assist in forming a small group to spearhead initiatives in the neighbourhood. All neighbours will be encouraged to participate in whatever way is appropriate and comfortable for them.
Over the coming months, I will introduce some of the programs Edmonton Neighbourhood Watch offers, including signage for homes and streets.
I encourage all neighbours to be watchful. Know your neighbours! Introduce yourself to people in the area or people you meet on your walks. Recognize who might not “belong”.
If you see suspicious activity, unknown vehicles ‘cruising or parking’ on your street or in a cul de sac, unknown individuals hanging around, vehicle break-ins or attempted break-ins (even if nothing is stolen) or vandalism, report it!
The Edmonton Police Service has a crime map that is viewable. Our area typically has very little - but if it isn’t reported, it isn’t recorded. ENW has shown that communities with Neighbourhood Watch have a higher reporting rate and a decrease in crime. Criminals don’t like Neighbourhood Watch communities!
EDMONTON NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH (ENW) has an excellent Awareness Campaign on their website, as well as Facebook and Twitter pages, that are valuable resources for crime prevention information and tips (for home, vehicle, travel, storage, cyber security, senior security…all the areas of your life!)
Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns…or to volunteer!