Get Outdoors. We Can Help
Tennis lessons are offered to residents over the summer (typically four to five-week long, 60-90 minute evening sessions). During these times, the tennis court will not be available for anyone outside of the lessons.
In cases where you wish to book and use the residents clubhouse for a private event, there will be a cost. You can book here.
Using The Recreational Equipment
For the months of June and September, if you wish to take out a paddle boat, kayak, paddle board or life jacket, please visit the clubhouse for the keys between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. All keys must be returned to the office by 4:30 p.m. During the weekends of June and September boathouse staff will be on shift from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays and from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sundays, weather permitting.
In the summer months of July and August, the boathouse staff is on shift from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (weather permitting) 7 days a week. All equipment must be returned no later than 6:30 p.m.
Answers To General Questions Asked About Elbow Valley
Wildlife in the community
Guests In Elbow Valley
Your non-resident friends may join you at the residents clubhouse for coffee. You are required to be there with them and take responsibility for their actions.
Pets In Elbow Valley
Each home is allowed a maximum of six pets total, including cats, dogs, reptiles and any other kind of animal, with the exception of fish. More specifically, three cats and/or three dogs are allowed per household. Any other animal is not to exceed 10 kg. Pets that are causing an unreasonable disturbance may be removed on order of the Board of Directors. In all cases, the decision of the Board on pet situations is final.
Off leash area & cleaning up after your pets
Landscaping & Plants Guidelines
Approved trees & shrubs
Working Together As A Community
The objective of the Architectural Design Policies and Procedures is to ensure that all Elbow Valley homeowners have a cohesive, distinctive, standard to follow, but one which still encourages innovative design expression. As such, the guidelines form an integral part of the Elbow Valley community.
The Architectural Design Committee, along with consulting partners, are responsible for managing and enforcing the community architectural guidelines. The intent of this group is to simplify and guide the home renovation process, while ensuring each home blends perfectly with its surroundings and fits the overall character of the community.
To learn more about the different guidelines before you begin any home improvement or renovation project, we encourage homeowners to carefully read through all documentation below.
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.