We are pleased to advise you that the first AGM of the Dawson’s Landing Owners Association is scheduled for Wednesday, August 10, 2022 at 7:00 PM via Zoom (We ask that you please log in early.) To register for the Zoom meeting details, please email email@example.com no later than 5:00pm on Thursday, August 4, 2022. A letter has been mailed to all homes in Dawson’s Landing as of June 30, 2022. All relevant documents will be provided on the website prior to the AGM. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you require login credentials. The meeting will include:
2021 Annual General Meeting Agenda
2020 Unaudited Financial Statements (from the year ending December 31, 2020)
2021 Unaudited Financial Statements (from the year ending December 31, 2021)
2021 Report of the Corporation
Please keep an eye on the Dawson’s Landing Owner Association Facebook and your email inbox for further updates and information regarding the AGM.
Click hereto see the winners of our DLOA Egg Decorating Contest!
To order your two potted trees, please visit the Tree Program page. The Fall order cutoff date is Tuesday, August 30, 2022, and deliveries are expected in September (weather dependent). Please note: orders must be placed within 2 years of occupancy of your home. All questions can be sent to email@example.com. Thank you!
Thank you to everyone in the community who has paid their 2022 DLOA fees.
If you have not already paid your 2022 DLOA Fees, they are now late and accumulating interest at a rate of 18% per annum, calculated and compounded monthly. Questions regarding your account may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to answer your questions. Please visit the FAQ section of our website for more details on DLOA. Thank you.
An Owners Association is an organization created by the developer to own, operate, and maintain certain features within the community that were established by the developer and will not maintained by the municipality in the future. These features may include entrance signage, ornamental parks and ponds, enhanced landscaping maintenance, pathway snow removal, community beautification, pathways, fencing upkeep, and other community areas.
DLOA was established to maintain the value of community amenities and to ensure a high standard of maintenance of common spaces, ensuring that Dawson’s Landing’s many unique attributes and features will be maintained for many years to come.
DLOA is a means of building community pride and unity amongst residents through community beautification, events, and areas. Active involvement in DLOA is an excellent way to meet fellow owners, and an opportunity to help shape the community’s future through planning and input. Organized events will be provided to enhance the sense of community and to encourage neighbourly relations.
All owners and residents of Dawson’s Landing will enjoy the long-term benefits of enhanced maintenance, which provides a more attractive community. This helps to maintain market values and to preserve the long-term value of each home in Dawson’s Landing, enhancing the overall community experience.
DLOA is owned by all property owners within Dawson’s Landing.
Qualico Communities Calgary (QCC), on behalf of Waterbridge Developments Ltd., will govern, control, and subsidize DLOA until DLOA can be self-sustaining and/or the community is nearing full buildout. At that time, QCC will turn control of DLOA over to the membership. This timeline will be solely at the discretion of DLOA. Ultimately, DLOA will be self-funding and managed by an independent third party.
Yes, like other Owners Associations, DLOA will collect membership fees to operate the Association. Each household contributes to the community through a nominal annual fee. These fees are administered through registered Encumbrances against all land titles in Dawson’s Landing and are mandatory.
The buyer’s initial encumbrance fee is pro-rated from possession date to year end (December 31) and is payable by the buyer in one lump sum, upon closing. Subsequent encumbrance fees (after the buyer’s first year of occupancy) may be paid on an annual basis and are subject to change, in accordance with DLOA Bylaws.
The fiscal year for DLOA is January 1 to December 31 every calendar year.
Fee notices will be mailed out annually and fees are levied effective January 1 each year.
Interest charges begin accumulating on overdue accounts as of January 1 of each calendar year, at a rate of 18% per annum, for outstanding balances as of January 31.
Fees for 2022 are $200.00 + GST ($210.00 total) and are subject to change, in accordance with DLOA Bylaws.
Upon closing of the real estate purchase, the initial encumbrance fee amount is pro-rated from possession date to year end and payable in advance in one lump sum. Subsequent annual encumbrance fees must be paid on an annual basis, as indicated above.
World-class spa to open location in Harmony
Dear Harmony Residents,
You may have heard about a special amenity coming to Harmony when the development team released a teaser back in September at our show home grand openings.
We are very excited to share that an agreement has now been officially reached for a world-class Spa to open a location in the community. We will be making a formal announcement on February 24th via a press conference in Harmony. This is a closed event for media, however we invite you to watch it live, streamed on our Harmony Facebook page.
We will also be sending out other communication the day of the release to our residents with complete details and how it will benefit the community.
We look forward to sharing this exciting, world-class amenity in your own community.
Please email your questions to Nancy Farah at email@example.com. She will collect your questions and Harmony Developments Inc. (HDI) will prepare a Q&A document about this new development in Harmony. This Q&A will be issued after the press conference on Feb 24th.
Associate Director, Development - Calgary Region with Qualico Communities
On behalf of Harmony Developments Inc. (HDI)
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