Explore. Get Involved. Have Fun. Rinse. Repeat.
Community Associations exist in every neighbourhood in Calgary and are run by your neighbours. They promote engagement, act as a voice for your community, and work tirelessly to help grow vibrant, healthy neighbourhoods.

Members are the key to any community association. Successful associations are those with lively, active members, volunteers and board members. The community association exists for the benefit of the residents and develops programs and services to meet their unique needs and interests.

Your community association can be your voice with respect to decisions that affect your neighbourhood. It can be a place for your children to make new friends, learn important skills through recreation or simply have a good time.

Your community association is what you make of it.

Purchasing a Community Association Membership is a great way to get involved and show your support for the many ways your neighbours work to ensure you love where you live. And as the old saying goes, membership does have its privileges! The Association works hard to provide a host of perks and benefits:
Programs and services for all ages
  • The Whitehorn Community Association offer programs directly or provides support to other organizations offering programs such as Girl Guides and Scouts. Our association partners with the City of Calgary to offer programs such as Park n Play and with others like the Community Kitchen Program of Calgary to bring affordable, healthy options to residents through the Good Food Box program.
Awareness and Response to Planning and Development Issues
  • The community makes every effort to keep track of development and planning proposals in the areas such as transportation, roads, park and playground development, and traffic issues. The City of Calgary often consults with the community association on these issues.
  • Through bingos, casinos, grants, special events and community memberships, your community association raises funds to provide programs and services as well as construct, operate and maintain community facilities.
Special Events
  • Events are provided throughout the year which provides families an opportunity to meet others in the community and have some fun. Stampede breakfasts, family skates, and Bubblegum dances for youth are among some of the many events we host throughout the year.
Facility Operations and Rentals
  • We operate a facility that is available for programs, meetings, social and private functions. Outdoor ice rink, basketball, and tennis facilities are maintained for the benefit of the community residents. 

Memberships are $10/year

Valid for one year from the date of purchase.

may, 2021

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