Notice – Summer Update

 We still have some people contacting Melcor, please ensure all requests / inquiries are sent to 

Please note: we do not have a physical office with a phone number, so email is the only form of communication that we use at this time.

The 2020 Fee Notices have been sent out and are now due. If you have not received your notice, please contact us at the above email address. If you are a new resident to the area, please fill out the form under the “Resident Info” section and contact us so we will be able to create your profile to process your payments.

For a list of assets that the EARA  is responsible for, please see the map link further down this page.

Generally speaking the City of Edmonton is responsible for maintaining all green spaces in the area, however we have contracted an outside company to perform extra grass cutting and weed management on an as needed basis. The exception is the pond area since the City of Edmonton has declared that a naturalized area, so no extra maintenance is done. All complaints of green spaces should be directed to the City of Edmonton.

The pond lights and fountains are fully operational, and are on a timer system. If you notice that they are not working please contact us at the above noted email address.

The entrance features have not had any issues this year, but if you notice anything please let us know.

The summer event has been cancelled due to Covid 19.

The Annual General Meeting is currently scheduled for late September, though that may change depending on restrictions due to Covid 19. More information will be available when the details have been finalized.

Finally, please keep in mind that the entire EARA is run by four volunteers who do not receive any compensation for their time and efforts. Some of the duties are; arranging the distribution / collection / processing of fees with various companies, managing the accounting system, arranging financial audits, contracting companies to maintain the green spaces / fountains / lights as needed, contracting companies to repair other assets (such as fences) as needed, organizing functions for the area, updating the website, monitoring and responding to emails from the “info” account, liaising with our contracted law office regarding the Alberta Societies Act / Restrictive Covenants / Encumbrances / Architectural Guidelines, maintaining the Architectural Committee, and organizing and attending meetings throughout the year. For a volunteer position this is a heavy workload and there may be a delay in responding to specific inquires. We ask that residents reference the website and documents associated to your land title as much as possible.


– The EARA Board of Directors