Welcome to the Kings Heights Homeowners Association (KHHOA)
The Kings Heights Homeowners Association would like to welcome you to the community. We are excited to see the community continue to develop and are pleased that so many people have chosen to make Kings Heights their place to call home. We look forward to sharing this great community with you.
Calling all Kings Heights Residents.
The Board of Directors are looking for feedback on our community from all our residents to ensure we are representing the community as best we can.
We’d love to hear constructive feedback with the following survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YS2NQ6B
2021 Community Maintenance Update
The maintenance contract has been awarded to Go Landscapes for the 2021 Season.
The HOA maintenance areas and descriptions are located HERE and will be maintained regularly as our contractors have not been impacted by the pandemic. However, from time-to-time there may be an area that is overlooked. If you come across an area identified under the HOA responsibilities in need of attention, please contact HOA@melcor.ca
The City of Airdrie Parks department role is to maintain, groom and address residents’ concerns and enquiries regarding the parks, green spaces, playgrounds and pathways within Airdrie. The fountains are also the responsibility of the city of Airdrie. for more information please see their website and Please contact the parks department directly for the correct updates or to report any areas of concern at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wishing you and your families health, happiness and safety always.
BDO was appointed as the Auditor for the Kings Heights HOA at the 2020 AGM to complete the 2020 Audited financials and they have just been completed.
The Financials Can be viewed HERE, and they will be mailed in the 2021 AGM package. Questions on The financial statements will be reviewed at the 2021 AGM , but if you have any urgent questions, please email HOA@MELCOR.CA
Kings Heights Homeowners Association (KHHOA) Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide improved value to the Kings Heights residents and owners through the development, enhancement and maintenance of the Kings Heights area amenities.
KHHOA Vision Statement
Our vision is to create a community environment that has a consistently high aesthetic appeal throughout; to enhance the walkways, ponds and common spaces; to establish and maintain close integrated communication with our stakeholders; and to ensure that the Kings Heights Community remains a preferred choice for current owners and potential buyers.
2020 Fees: Fees have been set at $80 for the fiscal year January 1st 2020 – December 31st 2020. Deadline for payment is April 30th, 2020. Collection action will commence May 1st 2020.
If you have any questions in regards to these fees or are interested in more information about the KHHOA, please go to our CONTACT US page on this website.
New Owner Registration*
If you are a new owner in the Kings Heights and are not sure if you are registered, please utilize the Contact Us section of the website for confirmation or assistance in being registered. This will ensure you receive all applicable invoicing and information pertaining to the KHHOA mailed to you.
*Failing to register will not negate your responsibility to pay the annual fees for your home, any applicable late fees, or legal expenses that may be incurred by your account.
Architectural Guideline Compliance
A Homeowner may access the Architectural Guidelines under the resident information section.
*Failing to inquire about your house’s compliance with the Architectural Guidelines will not negate your responsibility to ensure compliance.
Kings Heights Fountains
Kings Heights Area Map
The houses, condominiums and commercial establishments located within the map are within the Kings Heights Homeowners Association (KHHOA). Click Here on the map to expand. The map also identifies assets under the responsibility of the KHHOA.
Did you know the pond in your community of Kings Heights is designed to be naturalized? Naturalization is an ecologically-based approach to landscape management used to transform highly-maintained land to a more natural condition. Municipalities have been reverting sections of open space to a more natural state. Many of these areas are along arterial and collector roadways, around storm water ponds and in low-use parkland. These areas are not part of the regular mowing cycle, and may contain trees, shrubs or wildflowers.
Any queries pertaining to the Ponds can be directed to the city of Airdrie as they are responsible for the maintenance and management of the ponds. email@example.com
Residents are responsible to care for the boulevard, alley and driveway crossing adjacent to their property line. Please click on the attached for further info https://www.airdrie.ca/getDocument.cfm?ID=5155