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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Community Association:

The Priddis Greens Community Association represents the home owners within the original Hamlet of Priddis Greens.  It has a mandate to preserve the quality of our community through preservation and enhancement of architectural standards and the natural setting of the community.  The association also promotes activities of a recreational and social nature for the residents of Priddis Greens, and will take a leadership role in acting on behalf of the members of the association on matters of common interest.

To read more, click here

Priddis Greens, Alberta T0L1W3
Services Co-op:

The purpose is to provide the following services to the community:
 - Potable water supply  and 
   sewage treatment
 - Garbage pick-up
 - Snow removal
 - Grass maintenance
 - Summer irrigation 
   (non-potable water)

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WEATHER REPORT
Contact us at: 

 info@PriddisGreens.net 

 
(on the Contact Us page)
Anyone who criticizes a golf course is like a person invited to a house for dinner who, on leaving, tells the host that the food was lousy.

... Gary Player 



About Us:
2017
Pro Shop 
Web Cam

Note:  if it comes up with a black picture, then the Pro Shop has turned it off or some reason.
On Nov. 20, 2017, parcel pickup will be returning to 
the Hamlet of Priddis, 
out of Priddis Business Connection 
at the Priddis Plaza.
Our Household Garbage pickup day is now MONDAY.

Please place your garbage out by 7:30 AM for pickup on MONDAY each week.

The Range Recycling pickup day remains as WEDNESDAY. We are working with them on possible options, however this may take more time as their whole schedule was built around Wednesday being the pickup day for Priddis Greens. To change their schedule to Monday will mean changing the day for all other customers.
Effective November 1, 2017, the City of Calgary implemented a number of enhanced dumping restrictions for all carriers using facilities at city landfill sites.

As a result, GFL Environmental will NOT take any flattened 'cardboard' as landfill sites will not allow cardboard to be mixed with household garbage. Loads that have cardboard mixed in are charged a significant surcharge per metric ton for that load. Please, only put household garbage out, for pickup by GFL. Household garbage must be in tied plastic bags and placed in garbage can's with tight fitting lids. Our contract allows for two garbage cans per household per week. Garbage should be put out before 7:30 AM each MONDAY for pickup.

For those residents using Range Recycling for cardboard and other recyclable items the pickup day remains as WEDNESDAY, however the pick time is changed to between 8:30 and 9:30 AM. If you have not subscribed to this weekly service and would like to, please go to the Range Recycling website at www.rangerecycling.ca to subscribe or for more information.
Change of Address thru Canada Post:

It is your responsibility to ensure that Land Titles has your correct mailing address.
The MD of Foothills is not responsible for tax penalties due to incorrect mailing addresses.
Contact Land Titles Office at:
403 297-6511

(this was issued in the recent copy of the MD of Foothills NEWS letter)
Dec 8:  
Missing a cat?  Details on the Lost&Found page
Dec 10:

With the warm weather the past several days, we took advantage of an opportunity, when water usage is less than in busy summer months, to wash and scrub the water reservoirs at the Priddis Greens Water Treatment Plant.

Some of you have voiced your concerns as you noticed a reduction in water pressure from time to time and perhaps in some cases a slight discolouring of your water. This is all a normal part of this cleaning process. The discolouration is the result of manganese deposits that build up in the system over time being dislodged during cleaning. Manganese is completely harmless and this extra cleaning of the reservoir tanks is done to ensure that we are providing residents with the cleanest water possible.  

We started the cleaning on Thursday where we had divers go inside the two contact tanks (water reservoirs), which have a combined volume of 32,000 litres. The divers were looking for and cleaning away any accumulation of manganese deposits. The work is quite time consuming but is now complete and water pressure and quality should now be back to normal. Running taps for a few minutes should clear air bubbles and any discolouration that may have inadvertently made it through the system to your home.

If you have any concerns please feel free to call and talk to our Utilities Manager, Jason Eastwood at 403-899-6246.

We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience and understanding with this matter.