Welcome to Whitemud Ridge
Our beautiful community of Whitemud Ridge is situated in southwest Edmonton and is bordered by Whitemud Creek Ravine, 23 Avenue, Rabbit Hill Road, and the TransAlta Powerline.
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Wetland Bridges - CAUTION
Bridges in the man-made wetlands area are in need of repair. They have shifted due to seasonal impacts and the HOA is currently investigating how to repair them. This is a costly endeavour and due to our climate, will need regular maintenance. For now, we have marked the bridges to caution pedestrians.
Please take caution and please know that the repair of these bridges is one of our top priorities
If you know of an engineering company who might be interested in helping with this, please contact Donna at email@example.com
The HOA has put in a request to the City of Edmonton for 1-2 sandboxes to help serve our community next winter.
AGM - WEDNESDAY, OCT 5th
Please attend the HOA Association Annual General Meeting, taking place at 7:30pm at the Whitemud Ridge Community Hall in Ogilvie.
The AGM will introduce you to past Board members, and we will elect new members for the coming year.
We will also update you with the projects completed over the past year, and what we are anticipating for 2022/23 year.
We welcome all of your questions and want to get your input and suggestions for future activities.
THIS IS YOUR HOA SO PLEASE CONSIDER ATTENDING THE MEETING.
Projects by the Hodgson Community League
Establishment of the playground and further enhancements to the park area with financial support from the HOA and City of Edmonton.
Annual party in the park each summer.
Annual Spring Cleanup Campaign.
Free swim hours at Terwillegar Red Centre with your membership.
Green Shack Play Program in the park each summer.
Park "porta-potty" provided for your convenience
Free ski night at Snow Valley.
Every homeowner is assessed a mandatory yearly fee which supports the work by the Homeowners Association (HOA). Invoices are mailed out each Spring. The HOA has a mandate of improving and maintaining the physical assets of our neighbourhood.
This involves asset repair and maintenance (fences, masonry features, etc), beautification projects and projects designed to enhance the monetary value of our homes.