Homeowners' Association Fees 
 
Your HOA fees pay for enhancements to the community, including but not limited to: property ownership and member use of the Hall and grounds, annual HOA events, landscaping, snow removal and maintenance in and around the Hall property, spray park, tot lot, fire pit, storm pond feature fountains, entry decorative pillars and median landscaping. 

 

 

 

 

Currently fees are $325 + GST per annum
(subject to change as deemed appropriate by the HOA Board of Directors)
 
  • Invoices for the HOA fees are mailed to every household early January of each year
  • The HOA invoice is due upon receipt in January
  • Overdue accounts are sent to collection 75 days after the first invoice; 
 
Payments Options
 
A cheque made out to the Crestmont HOA, mailed to:
 
Rancho Realty 
#1, 5528 1st St SE
Calgary, AB T2H 2W9 
 
Or
Through the CondoCafe' fee portal
 
For access to the online fee portal, email CHOA@ranchogroup.com.  All HOA inquiries can be directed to Rancho Realty.
2021 AGM Date TBA
 
HOA Board of Directors 
Claudio Palumbo, Director & President
Brian Brown, Director & Treasurer
Thilo Kaufmann, Director & Secretary
Clark Piechotta, Director at Large
Paul Godard, Resident Director
Todd Rensing, Resident Director
Vacancy
Did you know that Crestmont has an active Community Association as well as a Homeowners' Association?
What is the difference between a Community Assoication and a Homeowners Association (HOA)?
A Homeowners' Association is:
A compulsory organization created by a land developer:
  • To manage and maintain the "marketing" amenities of a development (entrance signage, ornamental parks and ponds, boulevard landscaping and buildings) that the City will not accept responsibility to maintain.
  • To manage and maintain community amenities such as hall, the spray park and the Tot and Park
  • Membership is compulsory and the requirement to pay an annual fee is collected by the association through a caveat on property title
  • An HOA is initialized by a Community when there is a desire to ensure a high degree of maintenance of the common amenities noted above. 
Advantages:
  • HOA's are mandated to maintain the community amenities and physical elements installed by the developers such as parks, playground, building and other landscape features
  • Residents enjoy amenity-rich environments which are maintained; thus preserving outdoor areas which contribute to the long-term appeal of the community
A Community Association is:
An organization formed by residents of an area:
  • To Support the social, educational and recreational needs of a neighborhood. 
  • To build connections in the community through volunteer opportunities, events, and programs
  • To act as a community liaison in civic matter (planning and development)
  • To plan, develop and maintain community facilities and amenities such a community garden and skating rinks
  • Learn more at https://cresmontcommunity.org/
Advantages:
  • Membership in a Community Association is optional
  • Offers the opportunity to become involved and connections with the neighborhood
  • Members have the opportunity to participate and register in Community Association run events and programs.
  • Members have the opportunity to volunteer in their neighborhood (board members, special events, committees, etc.)
  • The Community Association receives development, transportation, and zoning plans from the city and developer, and may provide feedback on the approval process;
  • The community Association has direct contact with the Alderman, MLA, Police Liaison Officer and other government officials
  • The Community Association can support the addition of new facilities and amenities in the neighborhood.

For maintenance issues or requests, please contact Rancho Realty

403-253-7642 or CHOA@ranchorealty.com

For maintenance that falls outside of the Crestmont HOA boundaries, please contact the City of Calgary using the 311 system

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