Our Community Association
We’re run by a Board of volunteers who meet on a monthly basis. Together with other volunteers in the community, we look after the recreational facilities, set up and run social events and various activities, and organize annual community clean-up events. The Board is elected at the AGM held in June. Our By-Laws are here. For a more in depth look at where we are as a community and our direction for the next few years see our Shaganappi Community Association Business Plan 2020-23.
We also help you keep your finger on the pulse of key local issues – from safety in the neighborhood to plans for new buildings in the area. Join and sign up for our email alerts!
Our Vision Shaganappi is a diverse community where people feel safe, connected and invested; neighbours have multiple opportunities for recreation and enjoying nature in our community.
Our Mission The Shaganappi Community association provides recreational opportunities, maintains community amenities, and facilitates advocacy for residents on issues affecting our area.
Our Values In fulfilling our vision and mission, the Shaganappi Community Association wants to be:
- Representative of residents’ interests
- Welcoming and fun
- President – Mike Wilhelm
- Vice-President – Phil Ivers
- Secretary/Treasurer – Zachary Bennett
- Director – Phil Michaud
- Director – Beatrice Wilhelm
- Director – Michael Grimminck
- Director – Shaundra Carvey
- Development Advisor – Ron Goodfellow
- Events Coordinator – Pending
- Social Housing / Social Engagement Lead – Michael Grimminck
- Westside Rep – Jeremy Coates
- Westbrook Rep – Weston Bronconnier
- Eastside Rep – Mike Mysak
- Development Committee Member (Main Streets + Special Projects) – Bill Sweet
- Development Committee Member (Main Streets) – Ramneet Cheema
Shaganappi community hall is at the heart of many community events and informal gatherings of neighbors. It’s operated and maintained by volunteers in the community.
Nearby, there are recreational facilities, which are also looked after by volunteers. In summer, members can make use of two tennis courts, a full basketball court, as well as a volleyball net. In winter, volunteers create and maintain multiple ice rinks and a skating path at the bottom of the fabulous sled hill. In the fall, it’s become an annual tradition to hold “Shagtoberfest” at the hall.
There is also an extensive dog-leash park, children’s playground and natural gully close by. Alex Ferguson Elementary School is within our community, and we collaborate with the school on various projects, including the recent Little Free Library project, and the annual Gully Day the school holds in the Fall.