Community Association Memberships
A one-year Membership to The Citadel Community Association costs $25.00. Upon receipt of payment, you will be provided with a Membership card, which is valid from October to October of each calendar year. Here’s what you get for only $25.00 a year (see also this link to see typically where the money goes)
- Special Events (Stampede Breakfast & Winter Gala)
- The Citadel Link Community Newsletter Bi-Monthly
- Ice Maintenance equipment and supplies
- Building fund for a future small community center
- Association and Public Meetings
- Annual Insurance Premiums for the community site and equipment
- Monitoring green-space maintenance quality
- Insurance coverage for affiliated sports associations e.g. soccer, basketball
- Free access to tennis courts and basketball court
- One of the best community hockey rinks in the City
- Volunteer appreciation
- Landscape/Christmas Light Awards
- Citadel Block Watch is a sub-committee of the Citadel Community Association
Most importantly membership gives you a Community Association that supports Citadel residents in a myriad of Community, City and Provincial issues, such as enhanced maintenance of the community, traffic concerns, program funding, local development, and much more.
Who Benefits from Community Association Funds?
- Residents who have concerns within the community. Volunteers with the community association handle these concerns and liaise with The City of Calgary, the province of Alberta, or the government of Canada.
- Residents who have children who use the hockey and free-skate rinks, tennis and basketball courts, play areas, parks, and Park ‘n Play programs. These items are very expensive to maintain and replace.
- Residents who have children in organized sports that are affiliated with the Citadel Community Association. The community association pays for the insurance for these sports. This is why it is mandatory that parents must purchase a Membership if their children wish to register for organized sports.
- Residents who enjoy the safety of traffic lights at major intersections along Country Hills Blvd. It was the Citadel Community Association that was instrumental in getting the city to install these traffic lights.
Check Your Membership Status
To check your membership status, please input your 10 digit phone number: