The Owners Association of Harmony (OAH) was established to own, operate and protect community based amenities and to maintain a higher standard of maintenance over what a municipality can provide for public spaces.
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.
The OAH is also an important means of building community pride and unity amongst residents. Active involvement in the OAH is an excellent way to meet fellow homeowners, and a rare opportunity to help shape the community’s future through planning and input. Stay tuned for future notices from the OAH requiring your involvement.
Registered as a non-profit organization under the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, the OAH will manage all community amenities through meaningful input and guidance for future care, maintenance and development of your community. This may include area beautification projects, superior levels of care, new community amenities and organized events. Presently, and until the community reaches its full development potential and is financially sustainable; the OAH is managed by the developer until the OAH is transferred to the residents of Harmony.
Due to COVID-19 and in cooperation with Rocky View County, a reminder that Paintbrush Park, the Pergola and the South Beach area are closed until further notice. Please practice social distancing.
Visit http://alberta.ca/covid19 for more information.
An update was sent out via email to all residents who have not opted out of receiving communications. A copy of the update can be found on the Important Documents Page.