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Community Guidelines

The homeowners association guidelines are important to help lay a unified foundation for a successful and beautiful neighbourhood. We all live here, so following these guidelines is a courtesy to your fellow community members, while also ensuring that property values and the beauty of the community is maintained.

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Fencing

Homeowners are responsible for the repair and maintenance of wooden fencing around the perimeter of their home.  We encourage homeowners to inspect their wooden fences and perform the necessary repairs on a timely basis, before they become too costly.  The stain colour used throughout the neighbourhood is called CLOVERDALE WHITEMUD RIDGE FAWN. Residents can obtain the correct stain by asking for it by name at a Cloverdale store.

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Noise Policies

The Community Standards Bylaw regulates noise in the community that results in the disturbance of the peace of another individual. Be a respectful neighbour. Everyone has the right to not be disturbed by noise. Most noise is only permitted between 7 am-10 pm 7 days a week. There are some types of noise that fall outside these time restrictions such as Construction noise. For more detailed information, please visit: https://www.edmonton.ca/city_government/bylaws/noise

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Trash & Recycling

For information regarding garbage and waste pick up dates in our neighbourhood, please refer here:

https://www.edmonton.ca/programs_services/garbage-recycling-waste

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Lawn Maintenance

For information regarding lawn maintenance and gardening:

https://www.edmonton.ca/residential_neighbourhoods/gardens-lawns-trees

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Parking Guidelines

The best place for vehicles to park is in garages, driveways and parking lots. It ensures first responders have enough space to get through and road maintenance crews can keep our roads safe all year round. City-owned streets are a shared resource that everyone has access to but are not intended for long-term parking. A vehicle can park for up to 72 consecutive hours as long as it doesn’t have parking restrictions identified, such as a sign. A vehicle parked more than 72 consecutive hours on public property or a city street is considered abandoned and may be ticketed by the City, and removed. 

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Benefits of the HOA Guidelines

Following the guidelines can reduce friction between neighbours and help keep our community a friendly place.