Welcome to Sarcee meadows

Sarcee Meadows Housing Co-operative is nestled in the community of Rutland Park. The boundaries of Rutland Park are from Crowchild Trail on the east to 37 Street on the West, and from Richmond Road to Glenmore Trail South. Plans are underway to include base lands in our community.

The SMHC Board of Directors has approved a new Membership Application Process.

Please click "HERE" or on Becoming a Member under the Members tab above for more information.

Becoming a Member

The SMHC Board of Directors has approved a new Membership Application Process. Click on Learn More…

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Co-op Education

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Kids Page

Kids are an important part of our community. SMHC celebrates our youth by having fun and…

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WHAT’S NEW AT SARCEE MEADOWS CO-OP?

  • SMHC – Info sessions and more!

    Hello Members! I hope everyone is staying well and warm! INFORMATION SESSION: This Thursday T & T Disposal representative, Katy, is going to be answering all your waste, recycling, and organics questions. DATE: Thursday October 22, 2020 TIME: 3:00pm – 4:00pm LOCATION: Rutland Community Centre Main Hall Capacity is 33 people. If we exceed that we will schedule […]

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  • Membership Update October 6, 2020

    Hello Members, I wanted to share our plan for Arbor clearances this winter. Clearances include trimming trees back from houses, roofs, gutters, and sidewalks. We have a budget for approximately 1 hour per unit. This will vary, as some will be done quicker, and some will take longer. We also must budget for the removal […]

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Upcoming Events

  • Waste, Recycling, Organics Disposal Information Session

    This Thursday our T & T Disposal representative, Katy, is going to be answering all your waste, recycling, and organics questions. DATE: Thursday, October 22, 2020 TIME: 3:00pm – 4:00pm LOCATION: Rutland Community Centre Main Hall Capacity is 33 people. If we exceed that we will schedule another session.

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  • COTONEASTER HEDGES

    All SMHC cotoneaster hedges are being rejuvenated. This means they are being cut down to the base. This is to remove Oyster Scale Disease that has spread throughout our complex. You can expect your Cotoneaster hedge to regrow up to three feet tall within the year. If you require temporary fencing please come see the […]

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