Paving Repair

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Performance Paving will coming out to perform the following work:

  • Crack Filling
  • Line Painting
  • Asphalt Capping
  • Speed Bump Re-construction

We ask that no cars be parked on the roadway as well as NO PARKING IN VISITORS PARKING for the duration of the day.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Lise Tetreault, property manager at 780-266-2778 ext 206 or via email at lise@bridgegate.ca. The Board of Directors thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation during the construction project.

Roof Replacement and Repair

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Roof Repair

CK Condominium Consultants along with Advanced Roofing Systems will be at Stonebridge during the week(s) of May 20 and 21, 2021 to begin the roof replace and repair project.

All residents affected will be notified by CK Condominium Consultants in advance via notice.

Please be courteous to the workers and be diligent when driving as to not bump a ladder!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Lise Tetreault, property manager at 780-266-2778 ext 206 or via email at lise@bridgegate.ca.

The Board of Directors thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation during the construction project.

No Dumping

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Dumping Issue

Good Afternoon Everyone

Every year your local Condo Board fights issues with dumping by our garages. It’s a major source of complaints and headaches for the Board and Property Managers.

Please do not dump furniture, couches, electronics or any other large items by the Garages. Please hold onto large items until the next Big Bin event. You can also dispose of the items properly at your nearest Eco station located at 14710 Ellerslie Rd SW, Edmonton, AB T6W 1A4.
https://www.edmonton.ca/programs_services/garbage_waste/eco-stations.aspx

We also have a Goodwill within walking distance at 375 91 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6X 0C5
It can take some but not all large furniture items:
https://www.goodwill.ab.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Dos-and-Donts-UPDATED.pdf

We have recently installed a camera system and will billing back the removal cost of any dumped items back to the unit owner.

Holiday Decorating Contest 2020

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Unit 12

Good Afternoon Everyone.
We are proud to announce the winners of the Holiday Decorating Contest 2020.

1st Place: Unit 12 (Winner of $125.00 Gift Card)

2nd Place: Unit 27 (Winner of $75.00 Gift Card)

3rd Place: Unit 74 (Winner of $50.00 Gift Card)

4th Place: Unit 88 (Winner of $50.00 Gift Card)

Congratulations to the winners, and thank you so much our residents who put up lights and decorations this year

Snow Removal

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Snow

Good Afternoon! 

We have two large storms forecasted for February 4th and 5th. 

February 4th- 5 cm is expected from 6am-4pm

February 5th- 2-4 cm is expected from 3am-4pm

With this being said our removal plan will be as follows:

Thursday February 4th, Western Landscape will not come out for removal, they will let this storm pass through during the day, February 5th, Western Landscape will come out to clear, even though it will still be snowing, we will come and clear the site ensuring mass amounts of snow do not accumulate on site.  The snow will continue to fall till late afternoon Friday.  

Saturday morning, Western Landscape will send full crews out to do a full clear, the following Monday, February 8th we will send crews to do site touch ups and checks.

With these two large snow falls, the amount of snow on StoneBridge’s roadways will likely be substantial.

If at all possible we ask that our residents keep the road ways clear on Feb 5th and Feb 8th to facilitate snow removal. If you park on the street during these days Western Landscape will be able to clear the snow from your driveways.

Extension of Christmas Light Removal Deadline

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Christmas Tree

Good afternoon everyone. Due to the on going lock down the Condo board is extending the deadline of removal of Christmas lights from Feb 28th to March 31st.

We understand that many families were not able to visit during the COVID lockdown and want to allow our wonderful complex Christmas lights to remain up until after the lock down lifts.

We will also be announcing the winners of the 2020 Holiday Decorating Contest shortly stay tuned!

Happy (Extended) Holidays!

Please do not feed the wildlife

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Hello everyone.
It’s come to the Condo Boards attention that we have had some residents feeding the local wild life. Unfortunately this has lead to animal control needing to be brought in for some unwanted visitors.

Help Keep Wildlife Wild  

Edmontonians take great pride in their parks and natural areas, many of which provide  opportunities for encounters with wild animals and birds. To help preserve the health of our  wildlife and prevent the overpopulation of certain species in our parks, the City is reminding  residents to refrain from feeding wild animals and birds, particularly geese. 

You might be asking why feeding wild birds or waterfowl is harmful. Here are a few reasons  why we ask for your co-operation. 

Avoid Overpopulation 

Feeding waterfowl can lead to overpopulation in urban parks and can have a negative impact  on our environment. 

• Large numbers of waterfowl in one area can damage the natural environment. It can  contribute to over-grazing, trampled vegetation, and soil erosion in our parks. 

• Excess uneaten food can spoil, which can poison wildlife and lead to bacterial growth in  the water. 

Keep them Healthy 

Feeding waterfowl can negatively impact their health and survival. 

• Waterfowl lose their natural fear of humans, which is crucial to their survival and the  maintenance of their instinctual behaviors. Animals that retain wild characteristics have  higher rates of survival in urban settings as they do not depend on hand-outs for food  and shelter. 

• Overcrowding of geese increases their stress & susceptibility to infections and diseases.  Examples include Cryptosporidiosis (which can also affect humans), viruses, and  parasites.

• Feeding waterfowl can cause dietary and digestive problems for the birds. 

• Most handouts, such as stale bread, crackers and pastries, have little nutritional value  and can contribute to malnutrition. 

• Feeding waterfowl disrupts natural behaviour, leading to dependency on humans for  food and delayed migration. 

Keep everyone Safe 

Feeding waterfowl increases physical and medical risks for humans. 

• Geese approaching humans for food can become extremely aggressive, which raises  safety concerns. 

• Large concentrations of waterfowl can lead to increased fecal matter in the surrounding  water and on the landscape. Increased feces are not just a sanitation issue, but can lead  to a variety of diseases and water pollution. 

• Excess feed may attract other species, such as mice, voles, squirrels, and pigeons. The City of Edmonton is committed to protecting our valued green spaces and the wildlife that  call them home. Together, we can ensure a healthy, natural environment.

Holiday Decorating Contest

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Elf

To help inspire everyone for this HOLIDAY SEASON

The Stonebridge Condominium Association

would like to announce:

A Holiday Decoration Contest!

1st Place will receive a $125.00 Gift Card

Second Place $75.00 Gift Card

Third Place $50.00 Gift Card

Forth Place $50.00 Gift Card

The rules are simple:

  • Take a picture of your beautifully decorated Condo (at night)
  • Email the photo along with your Name, Condo unit # and phone number to the before end of the day Dec. 12th
  • During the weekend of December 13th your Condo Board members will check out your amazing skills
  • And on December 18th the Winner, 2nd, 3rd and 4th place will be announced on the Website and their winning photos will be added to the website!
  • Prizes will be hand delivered on the weekend of the 20th.
  • And of course all decorations must be removed before the end of February 2021

If you have any questions please contact your Condo Board and Happy Holidays!

Sump Pumps

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Sump Pumps

Hello Everyone,

Its the time of year where the snow is melting and there is significant water on the ground.

As a reminder the pump in your unit protects the entire building, including your neighbours. Please be sure that your pumps are plugged in and working. See the Sump Maintenance Guide for details of how to check your pump.

If you have any questions or concerns please call Mark at 1-780-716-7723 or the Bridgegate office at 1-780-266-2778 extension 204.

The following units have sump pumps:

157100169
760105175
1361106176
1969111183
2573117187
3277123188
3778127197
4184150
4288157
5394163