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Priddis Greens Services Co-op

The Services Co-op was taken over from the original developer (Priddis Creek Developments) in 1991 and has been governed since that time by a Board of Directors comprised of six residents elected at the Annual General Meeting in April of each year, plus the General Manager of the Priddis Greens Golf & Country Club.  

The purpose of the Services Co-op 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)

The above services are provided to four basic user groups:
 - The condo residents (26 condo corporations) - all of the above services
-  The 12 single lot owners - potable water and garbage pick-up
 - The Priddis Greens Golf Club - receives potable water and sewage treatment
 - Hawk's Landing Services Co-op - receives potable water.  In addition, effective Dec 1, 2010, the Priddis Greens Services Co-op entered into a contract with Hawk's Landing Services Co-op to operate their potable water distribution system and their waste water treatment plant.  This service is being provided by our Services Co-op for a monthly fee

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Board Members

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Services Co-op 
30th AGM was held 
at the Club on Tues, April 25, 2017 

Mar 29: email was sent out with information being presented at the AGM:

Aug 24:  


In accordance with the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, Priddis Greens Services Co-op Ltd. has applied to Environment and Parks for an amendment to an existing approval for a one year extension of the expiry date for the Priddis Greens wastewater system. The wastewater treatment plant is located in NW 1/4 of Section 30 Township 22 Range 3 West of the 5th Meridian in the Municipal District of Foothills . The approval expiry date extension will allow for the effective public review of the renewal of the approval. 

A directly affected person may provide input into certain regulatory decisions, as allowed by the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (section 73). Specifically, any person who is directly affected by this application may submit a written statement of concern within 30 days of the date of this notice to:

Environment and Parks
Regulatory Approvals Center
5th Floor, South Petroleum Plaza 
9915 - 108 Street
Edmonton, Alberta TSK 2G8
Fax: (780) 422-0154

The written statement of concern should include the following:
  - the application number 012-1589
  - describe concerns that are relevant to matters regulated by the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
  - explain how the filer of the concern will be directly affected by the activities proposed in the application 
  - provide the legal land location of the land owned or used by the filer where the concerns described are believed to be applicable
  - state the distance between the land owned or used by the filer and the site in the application
  - contact information including the full name and mailing address of the filer. 
  Please provide a telephone number and/or email address for ease of contact. 

Environment and Parks will review each written statement of concern, seek more information if needed, and notify each filer by letter of the decision to accept or reject their written submission as a valid statement of concern. The Public Notice of this application will also be posted on the Department's website at

Statements of concern submitted regarding this application are public records which are accessible by the public and the applicant. Failure to file a statement of concern may affect the right to file a Notice of Appeal with the Environmental Appeals Board. 

Copies of the application and additional information can be obtained from: 
Priddis Greens Services Co-op Ltd. 
Attention: Jason Eastwood
Telephone: (403)899-6247 
Fax: (403)931-0045
Aug 24:  Message from Dave:


Lots of calls and emails, asking what to do with the Public Notice message sent earlier today.

In 2015 the government changed the legislation with the adoption of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. The amendments changed the inspection requirements for all wastewater and water treatment plants in the province. Licences have an expiry date requiring an inspection to reissue licences for anther period of time. When the Act became effective (in 2015) the change in inspection requirements for all licences for all facilities became due at the same time. With the limited number of inspectors and the huge number of plants in the province, this created a huge backlog and the government has had to provide 'extensions' to licences until an inspection under the new guidelines could be completed. Inspections are being done with larger systems first and working towards smaller operations like ours. At this point we don't know but anticipate that further extensions will be required, in which case there may be more Public Notices required.

Because an extension for our facility has been granted, the Act requires us to advise everyone in the area that might be affected to have input into the regulatory decisions as allowed by the Act (section 73). A copy of the notice and a list of all the people that have been advised has to be submitted to Environment and Parks as proof the notice was sent. The notice simply provides information on how to submit a written statement of concern.

Other than reading the notice, unless you have a concern you need not do anything more.

Dave Harron  
General Manager

For the past 2 Tuesday nights, a bear or bears have visited Priddis Greens during the overnight period to get into garbage that has been put out early for pickup on Wednesday morning. 

To reduce the chance of attracting wildlife garbage should be set out for the shortest time possible before pickup. This means do not set out garbage until the MORNING of the day of pick-up. The current contract schedule is for garbage to be picked up between 7:30 and 10:30 AM each Wednesday. If this is not possible, please make arrangements with a neighbour to assist you. 

With the current drought like conditions, the food supply for ALL wildlife (not just bears) is diminishing thereby forcing them to look for other food sources. Bears in particular need to 'bulk up' to prepare for their annual hibernation and will be especially attracted to the easy access garbage provides. If we have another bear incident Alberta Fish and Wildlife will have to become involved and they remind us that, "A FED BEAR USUALLY BECOMES A DEAD BEAR."

Household waste must be in tied plastic bags and placed in garbage cans with tight fitting lids. Garbage bags left beside or on top of garbage cans will not be taken by the contractor (GFL). If you are not using the Range Recycling service, GFL will take flattened cardboard tied or taped in bundles. Cardboard should be placed beside or under garbage cans to avoid blowing away.
Also for aesthetic reasons, empty containers should be removed from the street as soon as possible after they have been emptied, again please ask a neighbour for assistance if necessary.

Thank you for your co-operation in this matter.  
RE: Lawn Irrigation 

Everyone is aware that the M.D. of Foothills has issued a Wildfire Warning and a Fire Ban on all open fires. The main reason for this is the result of the extremely dry conditions that we have and continue to experience.

The dry (close to drought) conditions is also taxing both our potable and irrigation water supply. We are asking residents to conserve water, especially lawn irrigation water. Your lawn only needs about 90 minutes of watering not more than twice a week to remain healthy and green. Over watering is a total waste of valuable water and creates the possibility of having to implement restrictions or a complete shutdown of the irrigation system. In addition, too much water in hot conditions promotes various grass diseases, like the 'Dollar Spot' issue we had last summer. Please conserve water wherever possible, especially when watering lawns.

For Sunset Way residents, Bow Mark Paving asks nobody water lawns from 'now' until at least Friday evening. Water on the driveway cut-ins that need to be paved has a negative affect on how well the new asphalt adheres to the underlying pavement. 
RE: High Country Rural Crime Watch Association EVENT

A quick announcement for those residents that are not a member of the HCRCWA.

On Monday, September 25, 2017, the HCRCWA invites you to meet the new Staff Sergeant for our Turner Valley RCMP Detachment.

Join other interested residents at 7 PM at the Priddis Hall for an introduction to Sgt. Dwayne Helgeson with updates on crime in our area. A Q & A session will follow his introduction. 

Thank you and hope to see you there.  

Dave Harron - PGSC - General Manager
Suzanne Oel - M.D. of Foothills - Division 4 Councillor