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In an EMERGENCY such as a fire, serious accident, or live criminal activity, always make 911 your first call. The closest fire hall is located 300 meters west of Elbow Valley, in the neighbouring community of Elbow Valley West. This regional fire hall is staffed at all times.
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If your question relates to any of the areas indicated below, READ THE INFORMATION LINKS FOR ANSWERS, FIRST, before submitting a query.
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Important Phone Numbers
Elbow Valley Residents Club
Elbow Valley Security (Weekends & After 8 p.m.)
Emergency (incidents when they are occurring)
RCMP Non-Emergency Line
Alberta Sheriff Highway Patrol
Alberta Department of Fish & Wildlife
Lost & Found
Rocky View Bylaw Enforcement
ELBOW VALLEY - HOW TO FIND US
A Private Community West Of Calgary
Elbow Valley is a private community located just west of Calgary, 20 minutes from downtown and a short drive to the mountains. Our facilities and amenities are private property, for the use of Elbow Valley residents and guests only. To reach the Residents Clubhouse at 100 Misty Morning Drive, turn south from Highway 8 onto Lott Creek Boulevard, then right onto Lott Creek Drive and follow it to Misty Morning Drive at the 3-way stop. The clubhouse is on the right.
THE ELBOW VALLEY TEAM
Dedicated To The Community
Board of Directors President
Autumn El Dewary
REALTOR & LEGAL INQUIRIES
Specialized Document Requests
Welcome Realtors and legal professionals doing work on behalf of families moving into, or out of, Elbow Valley.
For Realtors making a For Sale listing in Elbow Valley, be aware that standard brokerage signs are not allowed in the community. Elbow Valley utilizes custom For Sale signs that we will tailor to your information, and will both install and remove at the end of the listing. Please use this downloadable Sign Request form to arrange for the installation of a For Sale sign for your listing
Elbow Valley is a bare land condominium community, and, as such, there are a number of important, essential, documents related to a real estate transaction that you will wish to obtain. Please use this downloadable Document Request form to determine what you require, and to make your document request. The Document Request form includes such things as
- Community (EVRC) Bylaws
- Phase (Condo Corp) Bylaws
- Estoppel Certificates & Insurance Documents
- Financial & Budget Documents
- Reserve Fund Documents
- AGM minutes (community & phase/condo corp)
- Board of Directors Minutes
LOST & FOUND
Missing An Item? We May Have It
Sometimes items get left behind. While it can be stressful trying to figure out where your phone went, or your child’s favourite teddy, we do collect lost and found items at the Residents Clubhouse.
If you have found something that someone has misplaced, please bring it to one of the team members at the Residents Clubhouse and we will add it to the lost and found collection.
Links To Help Keep You Informed
Thank You For Your Contribution
The Elbow Valley Residents Club would like to thank the following residents for their contributions to this website:
Website Committee (a subcommittee of the Elbow Valley Board of Directors): Sharon Squires, Brent Piercy, Michel Sabourin, Victoria Bennett
Photographers: Marc Lattoni, Jean Wallace, Rhonda Simner, Jenna Squires, Sharon Squires
* All scenic images and images of wildlife and birds were taken in Elbow Valley
Original owners in Elbow Valley, along with their builders, contributed $750 to the Communities Forever Fund. Hopewell, the community’s developer, contributed $1000 per home. Since there are 700 lots in Elbow Valley, approximately 1.2 million dollars were contributed to the Communities Forever Fund. These funds were used to build the amenities in Elbow Valley, such as the Clubhouse, boathouse and the Bishop Gray gazebo, as well as to purchase such things as picnic tables, boats and firepits.