Welcome to Cougar Ridge

This is the official site of the Cougar Ridge Residents Association (CRRA).

Our Services

Landscaping

Our objective is to make Cougar Ridge a beautiful place to live by enhancing and maintaining the greenspaces in our community.

Annual Fee

The Annual Fees are how it all gets done.  CRRA fees are mandatory for our members and are due on June 29th.  They cover the fiscal year Jan 1 to Dec 31. Annual Fee

CRRA Members

Our most important asset!  Cougar Ridge lot owners with the CRRA encumbrance on their land title are who we are.

Realtors and Law Firms

Those requiring account status information should contact First Service Residential, the management firm directly

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About Us

The Cougar Ridge Residents Association (CRRA) is a community-run, non-profit organization established to undertake responsibility for the additional operations, maintenance and replacement services at a level of service over and above the standard of service provided by The City of Calgary, to the extent legally permissible, for the public utility lots, environmental reserves, municipal reserves, public walkways, road boulevards, road medians, entrance features and associated community and related signage.

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Annual General Meeting 2020

The Annual General Meeting (AGM), due to government meeting and distancing restrictions, will be completed by restricted proxy on Thursday, November

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The Cougar Ridge Residents Association (CRRA) is completely separate from the West Springs Cougar Ridge Community Association (www.wscr.ca).  Both groups consist of volunteers from the community.

The community association membership is voluntary and we encourage all of our neighbours to become members.  Some of the responsibilities include:

  • the planning of sports facilities
  • the community newsletter
  • various social events.

The residents association is focused solely on landscaping. Membership in the CRRA is mandatory if you have an encumbrance on your home.

Not much. While the CRRA is not responsible for combating graffiti vandalism, many residents contact us to see what can be done about it.

The Calgary Police Service and the City of Calgary’s Animal and Bylaw Services can help residents combat graffiti vandalism, and they take it very seriously. They recommend that if you see graffiti you:

Remove graffiti from your property as soon as you notice it. Fresh paint is more easily removed than paint that has had time to bond with a surface. The City of Calgary offers the Private Graffiti Abatement Program to help residents and business owners remove graffiti from their private property. Under the program, residents can pay a $25 fee and sign a waiver granting a City contractor permission to remove the graffiti. All revenue is reinvested into the program. To get help from PGAP, please contact 403.268.1880 or email PGAP@calgary.ca.

Record the crime by taking pictures of the vandalism.

Report graffiti on City or private property by calling 3-1-1. The faster you report graffiti vandalism you see on public property (such as playground equipment, the fence along Old Banff Coach Road, utility boxes, etc), the faster the City of Calgary will send a crew to clean it up). If you see someone in the act of putting up graffiti anywhere in the city, please call the Police at 9-1-1.

Although the fence surrounding Cougar Ridge is technically the property of the adjacent home owners, the City of Calgary will clean up graffiti on the fence along Old Banff Coach Road. However, the adjacent property owners are responsible for cleaning the fence in all other parts of the neighbourhood.

The CRRA is responsible for landscaping in most of Cougar Ridge, which is currently bounded on the south by Old Banff Coach Road, on the east by 77 Street, on the west by the future Stoney Trail ring road, and on the north by Canada Olympic Park and the future Paskapoo Slopes Park.

The one exception is an area in the central part of Cougar Ridge, immediately east of 85th Street. For more information on why one area is an exception and to see a map, please click on Information about the encumbrance issue sent to Alderman Connelly in 2010.



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