The Association represents only the residents for the area described in our Constitution. Membership is open to all residents provided that they have paid annual membership fees and that they reside or own property within said boundaries. Fees shall be fixed at the annual meeting of the Association. No member shall be entitled to vote at meetings of the Association unless they have paid all dues or fees payable by them. Each household can have one membership with one vote.
Membership fees are our only source of revenue and are used to offset the costs of the running the Association, including newsletters, website, annual meeting, and various annual Village activities & events.
Your membership is important!
A modest fee of $25 per year helps keep you informed on important matters impacting you, your community and your investment as a homeowner. It provides you with the support of the board who proactively represent your interests in preserving and enhancing Erindale Village and in addressing any issues you may have.
There are two ways to join:
Print the membership form, complete it and enclose a cheque payable to “Erindale Village Association” in an envelope labelled EVA Membership and deposit the envelope in Aaron Wouters mailbox at 2426 Jarvis Street.
Register and pay online with PayPal
Additionally, as a member you will:
Receive a copy of the Erindale Village Member directory
Receive newsletters containing important community updates and upcoming family friendly social activities delivered to your door
Receive email updates of community events, helpful reminders, and other important community information (email sign up required)
Be a voting member at the Erindale Village Association annual meeting
What does my membership fee go towards?
As a non-profit volunteer run association, all membership fees are directed towards enhancing Erindale Village including:
Sponsoring Village events and ensuring a sense of community
Printing of announcements, newsletters and other Village circulars
Paying due to MIRANET (The City of Mississauga’s Residents’ Associations Network)
Maintaining the Association website
A cash reserve is maintained to cover legal costs if required to protect our village interests