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Update for Homeowners in West Rutherford Annual General Meeting Please be advised that the Annual General Meeting will be held in fall electronically via zoom. As of now the Government is working on updates to legislation which will provide a clear direction on electronic meetings. These changes are anticipated to go into effect August 2021. […]
Thank you to everyone who took the time to respond to our first West Rutherford Home Owner Association (WRHOA) Survey. The purpose of the survey was to gather feedback from homeowners so that the board could amend policies where required and develop a plan of action aligned with the preferences of the HOA members. A […]
Board of Directors Report Welcome to our West Rutherford Homeowners Annual General Meeting. It is at the start of our meeting that we remind members that the West Rutherford HOA is a private, not-for- profit association operating for the long-term benefit of its members.The HOA was established by the area developer and in 2010 the […]
We are seeking your feedback on a number of topics to ensure that what we focus on for 2019, and for future years, is what our HOA community mutually agrees is most important to them and their families. We ask that you take a few minutes to complete this short survey. There is also space […]
The Rutherford Snowbank Rink located at 1331 Rutherford Road SW will be open to the public (when temperatures allow). Please bring your own skates and skat at your own risk. Lights will be on from 4-9pm. For more information click here: https://www.heritagepointcl.ca/snowbank-rink-in-rutherford-park/
At the AGM in March 2018 we were pleased to announce that the HOA is now financially strong and as a result we have been able to set aside funds to invest in initiatives Working with the Heritage Point Community League we were able to assist in the creation of a rink in our neighbourhood. […]
A new mini-library scheduled to open in 2018 will serve residents in southwest Edmonton.
The “small-footprint” eplGO branch will inhabit a 3,000-square-foot space inside the Heritage Valley Town Centre, near 119 Street and 26 Avenue SW. Construction is scheduled to start in September and the library should open in the first or second quarter of next year, said Edmonton Public Library CEO Pilar Martinez.
The storefront library is a temporary solution until a larger branch can be built in the area.
Martinez said the Heritage Valley neighbourhood is a high priority for the organization. Population is booming in the city’s southwest quadrant where the nearest library branches are Riverbend and Whitemud Crossing — both about eight kilometres away.
At the March 15, 2018 AGM it was noted that many Homeowners were confused in respect to WRHOA dues paid and outstanding. As a result it was suggested that the WRHOA make statements accessible through the website. After much research it was determined that the electronic posting would require extensive security features in order to […]