SAGE HILL COMMUNITY ASSOCATION

a not-for-profit organization that proudly serves the residents of our community

WHO WE ARE

SHCA Mission

Sage Hill Community Association is a vibrant organization, that acts upon the common interest and concerns of the community members and its diverse residents.

SHCA Vision

By 2023 Sage Hill will become a recognized association inclusive of all members by providing a united voice, recreational activities and creating respectful neighborhoods. We will strive to be a safe & diverse community which attracts businesses and social activities that unite residents.

SHCA Values
  • We value the integrity of the board
  • We will be inclusive
  • We will value and respect our guiding documents (i.e. the Societies Act, our Bylaws)
  • We will be accessible to the residents of Sage Hill
  • We value the participation of all Sage Hill Residents
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The Sage Hill Community Association (SHCA) is a not-for-profit organization that proudly serves the residents of our community. The SHCA is run by the board, a group of dedicated neighbourhood volunteers who organize, manage and direct social and recreational events in the community. The SHCA works with various levels of government to consult and mediate issues arising in the areas of community development, transportation, parks and green space.

Board member positions are filled each June at our AGM. The board holds monthly meetings and those interested in learning more about the board are encouraged to attend a meeting, as all meetings are open to the public.

Board of Directors

Ross Utigard

President

Monika Goyal

1st Vice President

Stephanie Wing

2nd Vice President

Tracy Chapin

Secretary

Bill Riddell

Treasurer

Brendon Leys

Director

Chad Wawrinchuk

Director

Rabah Swaidek

Director

Isaac Wing

Director

Pete Steenaerts

Past President

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The SHCA Board has many committees and sub-committees, each focused on a particular aspect of the community and are chaired by a Board Member. These committees can always use more help and the time commitment is less than being a Board Member. If you are interested in learning more about the committees attend a monthly Board meeting.

Membership Committee

Communications Committee

Events Committee

Safety Committee