Our goal now as a “Community” is to focus on maintaining the beauty, pristine cleanliness and continuity in EVW to ensure a high standard of living for all of us to enjoy, which in turn also helps to maintain higher property values. The high caliber estate homes in EVW merit equal pride in the visual maintenance of our Community.
Enacted by the Government of Alberta, these bylaws govern the management of the Condo Corporation and its members.
These guidelines address all aspects of design in Elbow Valley West. They begin with a discussion of the overall concept of the community. It is important that everyone involved in design and building understand and support this concept, and strive to design each building and yard to meet the high standards of the community as a whole.
The Board of Directors would like to remind all Unit Owners about Elbow Valley West’s Condominium Corporation By-Law (pg. 20) with regards to Pets. Listed in these Bylaws are some highlights and common courtesies if you are a pet owner.
Renovations Design Guidelines
If you wish to make any Architectural changes, additions or Landscaping additions & modifications, this will require a new ‘Design Review Process’ and a ‘Compliance Deposit’ prior to commencement of any work.
You can download the Design Review Form here.
Design Review Submissions can be dropped off at either MRA or contact Studio T Design office to arrange delivery or drop off.
Bob Thornton at Studio T Design Ltd.: O: (403)220-0542 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this section, you will find a collection of important documents that will help make the building process easier. Click the document to begin the download.
Lot Transfer Policy
Please be advised that Elbow Valley West Ltd. has been granted a right-of-first-refusal on all lots. If you intend on selling or transferring your lot, you must adhere to the policy or obtain a specific waiver of the right-of-first-refusal.
Setbacks are the responsibility of the builder, not the developer. All setback requirements must comply with Bylaw C5879-2004 Setbacks will be dependent on lot and building types.