Member Participation: Membership participation is mandatory and ensures:
- Lower-than-market housing charges
- Maintenance and fiscal health of the co-op
- Upkeep of common areas
- Community involvement
- Advocacy with the city and other agencies that provide funding for the co-op
- Communication between members
2017 Maximum Income Limits for Sundance Place: Sundance Place is our “Over 55” apartment building containing six 2 bedroom units and three 1 bedroom units. There is an Income Threshold for residents living in this building; which means that the annual household income cannot be higher than the highlighted amounts below.
HOUSEHOLD SIZE MAXIMUM ANNUAL INCOME
(January to December 2017)
One Person $37,701
Two People $57,237
Housing Subsidies can become available for applicants on restricted or low incomes applying to Sundance Main or Expansion ONLY.
Non-Smoking Policy states, in part, that there is no smoking in any Sundance buildings. Smoking is permitted outdoors only.
Dogs & Cats
The maximum number of dogs or cats allowed per household is two, except where dogs & cats live in the same household. Then the total number allowed is a maximum of three. In Sundance Place apartments members may own one dog per household.
External Applicant List: The Membership Committee will offer suitable units to approved applicants from the External Applicant List in accordance with Sundance's needs as identified by Sundance.
Insurance with minimum personal liability coverage of $1,000,000 must be held by all members.
All applicants are required to attend a Sundance Orientation to learn more about our co-op. Applications for membership are made available at the end of each orientation
Upcoming orientations for 2018 are scheduled on:
March 17, 2018
2:00 to 3:30 pm
September 15, 2018
2:00 to 3:30 pm
Sundance Place Common Room (bsmt.)
A light snack will be provided. Ample street parking is available on 101 Avenue. Call 780-426-0860 for more information.
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As part of the Sundance Cooperative application process, you will need to attend a NACHA information session to learn more about the benefits and responsibilities of joining a housing co-op. For session locations, visit nacha.ca. The information session costs $20.00. You don’t need to pre-register. Call NACHA at 780-482-6128 if you have any questions.
In addition to the NACHA orientation, all applicants are required to attend the Sundance orientation where you will learn more information specific to our co-op.
We are committed to a one third split of members with high, middle and low incomes.
Currently there are no vacancies available.