Membership comes with many benefits, but it also supports the association in a monumental way. Thanks in large part to the continuing support of members, RKHCA is able to continue to provide significant recreational services such as the ice rink in the winter as well as Timbits soccer in the summer. Membership sales also allow RKHCA to host a variety of important community events like our Halloween and Paint the pavement parties, as well as maintaining the RKHCA Garden plots ready for you to grow fresh and organic vegetables and fruits every year.
In addition to making a difference in the community, purchasing a membership now earns you discounts on many of our social events as well as discounted hall rental fees. Lastly the community association will keep you informed of important dates, meetings and news on planning and development decisions of importance as well as safety related actions taken on behalf of residents by your community association.
BECOME A MEMBER TODAY
If you are a resident of Richmond Knob Hill Community - Consider one of the three following membership types:
If you are NOT a resident of Richmond Knob Hill Community (individuals and families / household) and would like to join us at one or more of our community programs consider the "Associate" membership ($10).
Note: Members will be added to our database to receive monthly email newsletters on upcoming events and local news. You can unsubscribe from these at any time by clicking the ‘Unsubscribe’ link in the bottom of the email. Your privacy is important to us, and we will not pass on your information to any other companies.
Payment can be made online or by cash/cheque, either way fill in the information below and choose to either "pay now" or print your invoice and send to RKHCA along with your cheque. Your membership will be active once RKHCA has received payment.
With the Family membership level, the right to vote is limited to two adult members of the household. The Single and Senior membership levels provide the right to a single vote.
Associate Members do not have the right to vote. The Board of Directors, upon written application by an Associate Member who has maintained a minimum of 3 consecutive year's membership, may by resolution confer full member status upon such applicant