Edmonton Aurora
Residents Association Website


The Edmonton Aurora Residents Association would like to welcome you to the community. We are excited to see the community continue to develop and are pleased that so many people have chosen to make Aurora their place to call home. We look forward to sharing this great community with you.


2022 Architectural Audit

An architectural audit recently took place in the community of Aurora, during which it was identified that the majority of the fencing within the community

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2022 Maintenance

The Orchards Residents Association have been awarded the maintenance contract for the 2022 Season.  The areas in Aurora that the Association is responsible for will

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November 2021 Update

Hello Everyone,


With the AGM completed the three Directors are:

– Shelley Wilkes

– Brett Lariviere

– Paul Rosich



We would like to welcome Triona Cosgrave from Cosgrave Consulting and Management LTD, who will be starting with the EARA as a consultant on December 1st, 2021, and will then take over Management of the EARA from Ayre & Oxford in February 2022.



– The EARA Board of Directors

EARA Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide improved value to the Edmonton Aurora residents and owners through the development, enhancement and maintenance of the Edmonton Aurora area amenities.

EARA Vision Statement

Our vision is to create a community environment that has a consistently high aesthetic appeal throughout; to enhance the walkways, ponds and common spaces; to establish and maintain close integrated communication with our stakeholders; and to ensure that the Edmonton Aurora community remains a preferred choice for current owners and potential buyers.


The EARA fee is an encumbrance that is placed onto all Registered Land Titles within the Edmonton Aurora area. The fees are administered by the EARA Board of Directors to pay for costs associated with the development, enhancement and maintenance of specific amenities (see the “Area Map” below). Further information can be found on your Certificate of Title and within the EARA Bylaws (see the Resident Info section).

The 2022 fees for all Registered Land Titles within the Edmonton Aurora area are $100.

If you have any questions in regards to these fees or are interested in more information about the EARA, please utilize the Contact section.

New Owner Registration*

If you are a new owner in the Edmonton Aurora community and need to register with the EARA, or are a current owner looking to update their information, please complete the form available under the Resident Info section and email it to the address under the Contact section. This will ensure you will receive all applicable invoicing and information pertaining to the EARA.

*Note: Failing to register will not negate your responsibility to pay the annual fees for your home, any applicable late fees, or legal expenses that may be incurred by your account.

Architectural Guideline Compliance*

Homeowners may access the Architectural Guidelines under the Resident Info section.

*Note: Failing to inquire about your house’s compliance with the Architectural Guidelines will not negate your responsibility to ensure compliance. “Landscaping Deposits” are held by your builder and not the EARA.

Pond Fountains

Should you notice an issue with any of the fountains, please use the email in the Contact section to notify us. The City of Edmonton is responsible for maintaining the rest of the pond area. You can contact the City of Edmonton by dialing “311” or use their website.

Area Map

Click here for a map of the area which identifies amenities that the EARA maintains. 

The City of Edmonton is responsible for maintaining all sidewalks, roads and green spaces including the park/pond area (except for the fountains), garbage/recycle collection, and City of Edmonton Bylaw complaints. You can contact the City of Edmonton by dialing “311” or use their website.