About the Citadel Community Association
Citadel Community Association's Mission Statement
"To enhance the community pride and spirit through provision of programs and services that meet the needs of the residents of Citadel."
Our Vision Statement
The people of Citadel feel a sense of community spirit & pride because:
- They live in a clean, friendly & safe community
- They participate in programs and services
- They work together for the benefit of Citadel
What is a Community Association?
Run by volunteers for the community residents. A Community Association is a small group of volunteers who meet regularly and work constantly to tackle and fix residents' concerns, review and adjust development applications, watch out for environmental concerns, run kids and community programs, communicate area and city issues to the residents, represent the community to the outside world, interact with the Ward 2 Alderman, the Member of the Legislature of Alberta, and with the Member of Parliament.
The Citadel Community association reviews about 10 development permits through each year and addresses about 5 major resident community / city issues per year. The annual events the Association organizes include a Stampede Breakfast to about 1500 people, provides a FREE Winter Gala (sometimes at 20 below freezing; a tough lot these Citadelians), and Kids / Tots Summer Programs (volunteer and weather permitting). Every year we have a well organized group of "Ice People" to flood and maintain the ice on our full size outdoor Hockey Rink and our Free-Skate Rink. We even give free lessons to other communities' "Ice People".
And Much Much More!
To learn about Association bylaws, please click here.