Chaparral was established in 1995 with a 32-acre artificial lake and a 21-acre park with two waterfalls as centerpiece of the neighbourhood and now have grown to include Lake Chaparral, Chaparral Ridge, Chaparral Ravine and Chaparral Valley.
The Chaparral Community Association strives to represent and serve the communities of Chaparral through effective communication, engaged volunteers, and fiscal responsibility, to foster a vibrant and livable community.
The Chaparral Community Association are a non-profit organization established under the societies act, and are governed by elected and volunteer members from their community. They are always looking for expertise and support to grow, please reach out to get involved!
The Chaparral Community Association (CCA) is a volunteer run organization that represents the residents of Lake Chaparral, Chaparral Ridge, Chaparral Ravine, and Chaparral Valley. Your CCA is the recognized body that liases with government officials, expresses resident concerns regarding commercial, industrial, and residential land use development, and represents the position of the residents on education, transportation, environmental, and infrastructure issues.
The CCA supports organized sports, community, and social programs.To stay connected the CCA publishes the Chaparral Trailblazer and maintains a website, Facebook, and lnstagram pages.
Successful, healthy communities are generally those with active and sustained membership and involvement by the community residents.
The CCA board encourages all residents to purchase a membership, and when available, attend monthly meetings to help make our community amazing. Some things the CCA has done for the community include: New Chaparral Common and Chapalina Cres Playgrounds, Green Thumbs Community Garden, Community Clean-Ups, Adopt-a-Rink in the Valley, Valley Summer Bash, garbage bin wraps, Stampede kick-off breakfast (co-organized with the Lake – open to all Chaparral residents), Festival of Lights, advocating for traffic signal lights and crosswalk Rapid Movement Flagship Beacons (RFB), Safe Communities lnitiatives, and Development Permit Applications.The CCA has also weighed in on Commercial Applications (Chaparral Meadows, Bottle Depot, Telus Cell Tower, BFI Canada lnc., Inland Cement).
St. Sebastian Elementary – Public
Father James Whelihan Elementary and Junior High – Public
Bishop O’Bryne Senior High School – Public
St. Cecelia Elementary (French) – Public
Mother Teresa Of Calcutta Elementary (French) – Public
St. Matthew Elementary & Junior High (French) – Public
Bishop Grandin Senior High School – Public
Chaparral Elementary – Public
Fish Creek Elementary – Public
MidSun Junior High – Public Centennial High School- Public
Sundance Elementary (French) – Public
Sam Livingston Elementary (French) – Public
Fairview Junior High (French) – Public
Dr. E. P. Scarlett High School – Public
Are you looking for your first home? Or are you a growing family looking for more space? Great communities provide choice – not only in home size and style, but in amenities and recreation. Chapparal’s proximity to established schools, retail shopping and transportation means your new home extends well beyond your front door.
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