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About Your Owners Association

The Owners Association of Harmony, more commonly know as the OAH, was established to own, operate and protect community based amenities, and to maintain a higher standard of maintenance  over what the municipality can provide for public spaces. All residents and businesses within Harmony become membe

Registered as a non-profit organization under the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, the OAH will manage all community amenities, for a fee, through  meaningful input and guidance for future care, maintenance and development of the community. This may include area beautification projects, superior levels of care, the addition of amenity features and organized events. Presently, and until the community reaches its full development potential and is turned over to the residents; the OAH is managed by the developer. In the near future, residents may become board members, directing and facilitating the operations of the OAH.  Annual OAH fees are regularly reviewed by the OAH Board and adjusted to meet the cost required to maintain the amenities and the provision of services.

The Purpose of the Owners Association in Harmony

The OAH serves many vital functions in the community. These include:

  • Management and maintenance of the community’s amenities and physical features that go above and beyond what Rocky View County will provide, including, but not limited to, entrance signage, parks, ponds, boulevard landscaping, Harmony lake and it’s pathways and any OAH buildings such as the beach club.
  • Membership management and annual fee collection. All members are required to pay the annual OAH fee as it is registered on your property title.
  • Organizing and coordinating community events.
  • Providing access to community features including Mickelson National Golf Club of Canada.

Benefits of the OAH:

  • The OAH is mandated to maintain the community amenities and physical elements which contribute to the long-term appeal and desirability of the community.
  • The OAH is governed by a Board of Directors and a set of By-Laws, ensuring governance, transparency and accountability.
  • In the future, OAH members may become Board Members of the OAH, directing and facilitating operations, overseeing the OAH and playing a direct role in helping shape the community’s future.

For more information, we invite you to visit the Owners Association Site: harmonyowners.com