The New Brighton Community Association (NBCA) is formed of resident volunteers who live in the community. As an non-profit association, the NBCA acts as a political advocate for New Brighton with the elected Municipal, Provincial and Federal representatives.  The NBCA is responsible for working with the City of Calgary on a wide variety of community issues such as traffic calming, playground zones, city park issues and zoning, to name just a few.

The NBCA is part of the bigger picture of Community Associations in Calgary and can develop interesting projects in the community in collaboration with schools and other institutions who are part of the community. The presence and the power of NBCA in the community equals with the passion and the number of the people present on the Board. Right now we need more voices on the Board, we need to have a bigger team in order to tackle more projects so don’t by shy, give us a try.

 

 

What is the difference between the Community Association and the Residents Association?

The New Brighton Community Association (NBCA) has voluntary membership and is formed by resident volunteers. The New Brighton Residents Association (NBRA) requires a mandatory annual fee for each New Brighton property. Those fees make the annual budget for operations and maintenance of the New Brighton land and amenities, including the Clubhouse, the water splash park, the tennis courts and the hockey rink. The Residents Association offers at the Clubhouse a wide variety of programs and events for the residents of the community.