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.
Wetland Bridges and Viewing Deck - CLOSED
The bridges in the man-made wetlands and pond area, as well as the viewing deck on the natural pond area, are closed at this time due to concerns over their structural integrity. Due to safety concerns, they will remain closed until we are in a financial position to repair them or remove them.
the HOA is meeting with engineering firms to determine the extent of the work required and to secure quotes
We thank you for your patience and co-operation as we attempt to get the bridges repaired at not only a reasonable cost but also with a good quality, long-term solution.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT WHAT THE HOA HAS BEEN DOING TO INVESTIGATE THE REPAIR OF THE BRIDGES, OR WHETHER WE MAY NEED TO REMOVE THE BRIDGES ENTIRELY, PLEASE CONTACT US. THERE IS ALSO AN ARTICLE IN THE NOV, 2023 ISSUE OF THE RIVERBEND RAGG-TIMES DISCUSSION THE PROBLEM WE ARE FACING.
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.
AGM - WEDNESDAY, OCT 4th
Please attend the HOA Association Annual General Meeting, taking place at 7:00pm at the Whitemud Ridge Community Hall in Ogilvie. Registration will begin at 6:30pm
WETLAND BRIDGES...DO THEY STAY OR DO THEY GO?
In addition to providing updates regarding the previous year, and electing a new Board, a primary point of discussion will be focused on the state of the bridges in the Wetlands area. They are currently closed due to their state of disrepair. The HOA has been looking into the cost of repair or rebuilding of these bridges and has some important information to share. Should the cost of repair be considered too prohibitive to the community, then the bridges will need to be removed and the wetlands remediated. A cost will also be incurred for that.
We welcome all of your questions and want to get your input and suggestions for how we move forward.
THIS IS YOUR HOA SO PLEASE CONSIDER ATTENDING THE MEETING.
The HOA has put in a request to the City of Edmonton for 1-2 sandboxes to help serve our community next winter.
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.