My Updates

The New Brighton Residents Association posts regular updates and news, which can be seen here.

Hiring Full Time Weekend Maintenance Team Lead

Interested applicants MUST submit a RESUME & COVER LETTER detailing relevant experience, qualifications, and salary expectations to the Parks and Amenities Leader by emailing maintenance@nbra.ca or via fax 403‐781‐6611. Please note that all candidates selected for the interview process will be required to provide a minimum of 3 work related references, as well as a clear background check and a clean driver’s abstract upon one week of hire.  Applicants who do not follow the instructions provided, will not be considered for the role. Only those applicants who are being considered for an interview will be contacted.   Click here to view the full job description. 

Fall Program Registration Open

The NBRA has many indoor and outdoor programs available for fall! For a complete list of children, adult, and parented programs offered, please visit the program section of newbrighton-connect.com or call 403-781-6613 ext 1 to register!!

NBRA Splash Park Re-Open

The NBRA Splash Park will be re-opened at 10am on Saturday, August 1, 2020! Come out to enjoy fun in the sun!  

NBRA Re-Opening Phase 1A

Today is the first day of Phase 1A. At this time 2 guests per house are allowed inside the park. See below a full list of all amenities open during Phase 1A

Crafts on the Go

This is your chance to let the NBRA plan a fun activity to keep your child entertained wherever you go! The activities can be done at home, camping, or even in your backyard! Each activity will challenge your child’s motor skills while having a blast building, exploring and creating their masterpiece. The activities will be offered every Thursday, from July 9th to August 13th! Specifically designed for the age groups of 3-6yrs and 7-10yrs. The weekly activities will focus around a new theme to ensure variety and fun for all! The themes for each week are as follows: July 30 – Science August 6 – Scavenger Hunt August 13 – Space The materials and virtual instruction will be provided, the only thing you need to do is pre-register! Contactless delivery of supplies will occur the day before a craft or activity is set to transpire. All registered participants will receive an email prior to drop-off. All videos will be emailed to registered participants on the set date at 10am. The supplies for July 9th will be complementary for all New Brighton residents but registration is still required! Please note, after the first complimentary week, there is a small charge following of $7 per register child. To register, please call 403-781-6613 ext 1 or through your online NBRA account (link: nbra.perfectmind.com).  

NBRA Phase 1A

Is scheduled to launch next Monday, July 27th. After extremely careful consideration and taking into account that Alberta’s Covid-19 cases have been increasing significantly this past week. The NBRA has made the difficult decision to postpone moving to Phase 2 on July 27, 2020 (as tentatively scheduled). To accommodate resident's needs while keeping everyone safe, the NBRA has adjusted rules from the original Phase 1. All of these changes in effect for July 27, 2020 are listed below: - Residents will be permitted to sign in 2 guests per household  - Maximum park capacity increases to 125 - Tennis Court, doubles will now be permitted. The NBRA encourages you to book a court from 9am-5pm Mon-Fri up to an hour prior to play time  - Volleyball will be opened for household play and their guests only with a 30 minute courtesy rule

Tenant Information

Are you a tenant living within New Brighton and would like access to the NBRA amenities? Did you know that Landlords have the option to transfer privileges of their membership to the renters, if they choose? If the landlord has agreed to transfer the membership privileges, tenants may gain access to the NBRA Clubhouse & park by following the steps noted below. 1. The landlord must fill out the NBRA “Transfer of New Brighton Club Privileges” form. 2. Once the form is filled out and signed by the landlord, return it to the NBRA office either by email (admin@nbra.ca), fax (403-781-6611) or hand delivery to the Check-In tent outside of the Clubhouse. 3. Tenants will have to pick up a temporary membership card from the Check-In tent while the administration office remains closed. Please bring a photo ID with you. Once the administration office is open: 1. Bring in a piece of mail that says your name plus New Brighton address on it and photo ID (Driver’s license or passport) during the office hours. 2. The NBRA will take your picture and print you out a membership card that can be scanned at the gate. 3. This membership card does expire after one year so be sure to update the office if you re-sign your lease

New Brighton Tool Shed

The New Brighton's Tool Shed will be opening on July 6th. The Tool Shed will be open from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday from July 6th - August 30th, then will resume normal hours. Use the link below to view all tools available.  https://newbrightontoolshed.myturn.com/library/inventory/browse

Annual Fee Update

Please check out the following infographic to view a complete timeline of  NBRA Annual Fees for the 2020/21 fiscal year.

NBRA Re-opening Model Update

As promised, the NBRA has revised the Re-Opening Plan for the New Brighton Clubhouse and Park based on the newly released information from the governing bodies. The version below was last updated on July 22, 2020. Please remember that all dates are tentative and will be adjusted as new information is released. Thank you for your patience New Brighton, as the NBRA works to bring you safely back into the NBRA park in the timeliest manner possible! We look forward to hosting you soon!

Now Hiring - Park Monitors

The NBRA is currently looking for two Park Monitors. Please read the full job description before apply. Park Monitor Monday - Friday: Job description (click here) Park Monitor Friday - Monday: Job description (click here)

NBRA Re-Opening Model

After extremely careful planning and taking into consideration the restrictions from the Alberta Government, Alberta Health Services and the City of Calgary; the NBRA is pleased to share our Covid-19 Re-Opening Model. The health & safety of the community, residents, neighbours and the NBRA team guided all decisions in creating this model.  Click here to see the full re-opening model.  If you do have any questions or concerns regarding our model, please contact our General Manager directly by calling 403-781-6608 or via email gm@nbra.ca, who will be happy to assist. We look forward to seeing you at the NBRA soon!  

Seasonal Landscaping Employee

The NBRA is currently looking to hire a Seasonal Landscaping Employee. For the full job, description click here.  TO APPLY: Interested applicants are asked to submit a resume and cover letter detailing relevant experience, qualifications, availability and salary expectations to the Parks & Amenities Leader by emailing:  maintenance@nbra.ca or via fax 403-781-6611.  Please note that all candidates selected for the interview process will be required to provide a minimum of 3 work related references, a clear background check, and a clean driver’s abstract at the interview.  

Splash Park Reveal #8

Check out Splash Park feature #8!

Coming Soon… NBRA Re-Opening Model

The NBRA team is currently working on a re-opening plan to ensure a safe return for all to the NBRA Amenities & Facilities. Once approved, the plan will be shared here. At the very latest, we are aiming to have this posted early next week.  Thank you for your continued patience as we work together during this global pandemic!   

NRBA Summer Camp Update

On May 13, 2020 the Province of Alberta announced the phased re-opening of several business and services, with the implementation of specific restrictions.  Summer day camps are included within these services.  After taking into consideration the current State of Local Emergency declared in the City of Calgary and staying consistent with their example of cancelling their own day camp programs, the NBRA made the very difficult decision to cancel all summer day camp programs for the 2020 Summer season. Safety always comes first at the New Brighton Residents Association, and the decision to cancel our Summer Day Camps during this pandemic did not come lightly. This is a very critical time to protect the health of all children, employees, our community and neighbours. Although this decision is extremely disappointing for us all, we know that this is one crucial step in helping to stop the spread of Covid-19. Refunds: You will be contacted by the Recreation Leader, Clare Lovely within the next 72 hours to discuss and select a refund option. We thank you for your patience and understanding during this global pandemic as we work together to reduce the spread. 

Victoria Weekend Hours

The NBRA facility remains closed to the public until further notice. The administration phone will be answered during the times below for all inquiries. Happy Victoria Weekend New Brighton!!   Saturday, May 16th from 10am-3pm   Sunday, May 17th  from 10am-3pm Monday, May 18th  from 10am-3pm  

Splash Park Reveal #7

Check out Splash Park feature #7!

Sotware Generated Statement Error

It has been brought to our attention that the software system used to email our annual fee statements has auto generated a statement around 2am on Thursday, May 7, 2020 and emailed it to all accounts who have yet to pay their annual fees. The title of the email says “NBRA Annual Fees: Past Due - Statement enclosed”. Please disregard this title, as this statement was not the one prepared by our office and was auto-generated incorrectly by the system. As previously communicated to our residents, annual fees payments have been extended until July 1, 2020. We are currently working with our software support team to email the proper fee statement to you, which includes all of the accommodations available to ease the stress of annual fee payments during this global pandemic. We do apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and thank you for understanding the system error that has occurred.

Spring Clean-Up for Roads

Update on Street Cleaning The City of Calgary's Spring Clean Up program kicked off on April 20. This year Parking Authorities have changed how they will be issuing the tickets. Tickets will not be issued until the program is completed (July). In response to COVID-19, The City introduced a number of changes to its Spring Clean Up program this year, including not issuing tickets until the end. The City recognizes many people are working from home and that may affect not only the level of awareness, but also the level of compliance with parking bans. So they have introduced a street by street assessment to be conducted once the program is finished.  Residents can avoid a ticket by ensuring the roadway is cleared, even if they are unable to move their car on the date of the clean. Roads is encouraging residents to sweep up the debris themselves. Streets will be assessed at that time and any roads that are clear (as a result of resident clean up efforts) tickets will not be issued for those locations.  You can learn more about the changes made to this year's Spring Clean-Up on the City of Calgary website or by clicking the link below for more FAQ's.  https://www.calgary.ca/transportation/roads/pages/road-maintenance/spring-clean-up-street-cleaning/spring-clean-up-street-cleaning.aspx
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