Homeowners’ Association is an organization created by the developer to own, operate, and maintain certain amenities and features within the community that are not maintained by the Municipality. These may include entrance signage, ornamental parks and ponds, boulevard landscaping, pathways, fencing recreational buildings, and more.

The Crestmont Homeowner’s Association

The Crestmont Homeowners’ Association (CHOA) was established to own, operate and protect community-based amenities and to maintain a higher standard of maintenance over what a municipality can provide for public spaces.

The CHOA serves many vital functions in the community. These include, but are not limited to, the management and maintenance of the community’s amenities and physical features, including entrance signage, parks, boulevard landscaping, pathways and the Crestmont Hall. 

Registered as a non-profit organization under the Societies Act, the CHOA will manage all community amenities through meaningful input and guidance for future care, maintenance and development of your community. This may include area beautification projects, superior levels of care, new community amenities and organized events. Presently, and until the community reaches its full development potential and is financially sustainable; the CHOA is managed by the developer until the CHOA is transferred to the residents of Crestmont.