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NEW BRIGHTON RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION SUMMER MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES  

Did you know, that in addition to maintaining the New Brighton Club Facility & Park, the New Brighton Residents Association (NBRA) also provides enhanced landscape maintenance in several areas within the community? These areas include a contract with the City of Calgary to maintain their New Brighton medians and boulevards during summer months, garbage removal in the City of Calgary maintained parks, all four New Brighton Entry Features, and the upper level of the Bell Tower Amenity. 

The 2016 NBRA SUMMER MAINTENANCE includes:

  • Maintaining the Bell Tower amenity
  • Mow, trim, and weed entrances at New Brighton Drive, New Brighton Gate, New Brighton Way, and the middle/North side of New Brighton Ave
  • Planting on the 8 entry features coming into the community

All NBRA Park and parking lot maintenance

 To ensure the safety of both residents and employees, the NBRA has implemented an extensive Safety Program which adheres to the standards of the Alberta Safety Construction Association.  The program consists of 14 components which contribute to the over all success of the program.  Please feel free to click HERE to review the NBRA Safety Policy.   

For questions or concerns regarding any landscape/winter maintenance maintained by the New Brighton Residents Association, please contact the Maintenance Foreman & Safety Officer at (403) 781-6613, ext. 3 or the General Manager at 403-781-6608.


CITY OF CALGARY SUMMER MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES  

The City of Calgary ’s responsibilities for summer maintenance within the community of New Brighton are outlined in the map below. 

 


 RESIDENT SUMMER MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES  

As an occupant of a New Brighton property it is expected under the City’s bylaws to maintain yards, front lawns, and walkways surrounding the home. 

For more information and/or specific details on occupant responsibilities please review the Good Neighbour Practices Reference Guide