Welcome To The Kincora Community Association
The Kincora Community Association (KCA) was formed in July 2008 as a way for community members to engage and participate in their local neighbourhood.
The KCA is led by a board made up of volunteers who organize, manage and direct social and recreational events in our community. KCA membership is voluntary and runs on a yearly basis, the yearly fee is $20. The KCA acts as a mediator in civic matters with the City of Calgary, the Province and other Community Groups.
The KCA is always looking for feedback and volunteers in and around our community.
Be sure to check out our Facebook page as well as the rest of this site.
See our 2022 Budget and learn why your membership is important!
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2022 Membership Drive
Join the KCA and be entered to win a $200 Gift Card!
From June 1st to July 16th if you purchase a new KCA membership or renew your existing membership by adding to it you will be entered to win a $200 gift card to the new Blowers & Grafton restaurant in Creekside. Winner to be drawn at the Stampede Breakfast.
With the KCA Stampede Breakfast July 17th get your membership now to avoid the lines!
2022 Neighbour Day
Want to get $100 from the KCA?
City of Calgary Neighbour Day is June 18th, the KCA would like to encourage any of our members to host a block party! If you have a party with at least five local homes and invite one board member the KCA will give you $100 to add to the party.
See our events page for details!
The KCA is looking for volunteers for our Stampede Breakfast July 17th from 830am to 1230pm.
We need cooks, servers, clean up crew, activity supervisors, general labour, setup and take down assistance. If you or someone you know can help out we want to hear from you!
This is a great opportunity for young and old and we are happy to write a recommendation letter for you after the event as well.
If you're available please email email@example.com
Kincora Resident Association
The KRA is the Homeowners Association that oversees Southern Kincora, if you pay the $200 yearly fee you are apart of the HOA. That board manages the landscaping, tower, gazebo, flowers, entrance feature, seasonal lights, as well as larger projects that will improve the community. That board is down to a very sparse five members and could used upto four more. To be eligible you must be a homeowner with your dues fully paid. Please contact the KRA President Annette Hall for details.