Membership & Fees
LAKE FEE INCREASE ANNOUNCEMENT
2022-2023 LAKE FEES
Invoices for fees for July 1, 2022 to June 30, 202 will be sent out the first week of June, either by Canada Post or by email.
Fees can be paid by cheque, debit or e-Transfer (send to email@example.com. Please be sure to include your name and address in the message section of the e-Transfer).
As of July 2, 2022, all fees owing must be paid in full before members will be able to access the park.
An encumbrance is registered against the Certificate of Title of the homeowner - lake fees are mandatory.
The encumbrance fees are due on July 1st of every year and are payable to the Sundance Lake Residents Association. They may be paid by mail, by e-transfer, or can be paid directly at the main gate office. Methods of payment accepted: Debit, Cheque or E-Transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your name and Sundance address in the memo section.
A "member" is the homeowner(s) and/or their spouse and their unmarried children* who are living at the residence. *Please refer to the Stats Canada website for the definition of a "child".
Each member must present a valid membership card to access the lake.
Qualifying children living at home that are 21 years of age or older will be required to provide one piece of Government issued photo ID (Driver's license or AB ID card) with the Sundance address once per year before their membership card will be updated.
"Additional Member" cards can be issued to other residents of the household for an additional fee of $75+gst per year. Please call the office for details.
Membership cards are the property of the Residents Association and must be returned if the cardholder breaches the rules.