The Cooper’s Crossing Resident’s Association (CCRA) is a community-run, non-profit organization responsible for maintaining and enhancing green spaces in Cooper’s Crossing. The CCRA is managed by residents of Cooper’s Crossing who volunteer their time and talents for the betterment of the community.
Did you know? Cooper’s Crossing was built with more parks and pathways than most communities in Airdrie. That’s one of the reasons why people want to live here. The Cooper’s Crossing Resident’s Association (CCRA) helps maintain the additional park space, as well as the stone flower beds and planters in the road medians and other landscaping amenities, above the basic budget provided by The City of Airdrie Parks. During winter months, the CCRA manages the holiday light displays as well as winter arrangements. On occasion, the CCRA hosts special events to bring the community together.
The CCRA was established by Westmark Holdings Ltd. (Westmark), the developer of Cooper’s Crossing. It was incorporated under the Companies Act of the Province of Alberta as a non-profit corporation with its Memorandum of Association duly filed with the Registrar General on November 30, 1999. In 2016, the CCRA was turned over to the residents of Cooper’s Crossing. A Board of Directors was formed by residents of Cooper’s Crossing who stepped forward to volunteer their time and talents to administer and carry out the CCRA’s mandate of maintaining the green spaces of the community and certain amenities.