Find all the important documents associated with the operations of the Residents Association.
Membership in the Summerside Residents Association is mandatory with the purchase of a home in Lake Summerside. The payment of dues, which is reviewed and established annually, is secured by an Encumbrance (subject to upward adjustment for inflation) registered on the title of each member’s property. The Association, including the operation of Lake Summerside, is administered by a Board of Directors made up of Brookfield Residential and resident representatives.
Annual fees (includes GST) for 2023 are due by January 1, 2023.
Lake Front $1037.37
Lake Access $605.18
*Annual fees are subject to annual compounded inflation increases and GST.
All new homeowners must register at the Summerside Residents Association office. (Registering on our website does not automatically link you to your property.)
Please bring photo ID and your certificate of title to register and have your membership card created.
New family members or roommates need to be registered Please bring proof of residency, and a piece of photo ID to create your card.
Office: 1720 88 St SW
Open Monday to Friday 9 am – 5 pm
Fees are due January 1.
At the beginning of February interest is applied to all outstanding accounts (5% per annum in excess of the prime rate of interest). Interest will be applied on the first business day of each month. Outstanding accounts will be suspended with no access to the park amenities or online access at this time. (Call the SSRA office to have account unlocked to make payment online before March 31)
At the beginning of March: Reminder notices by email or phone, will be issued to all outstanding accounts.
At the beginning of April: Accounts are handed over to the Summerside Resident Association’s legal counsel, Field Law LLP, for collections.
As well, please note, after March 31:
Payments are no longer accepted by Summerside Resident Association. All payments and communication regarding collection of fees is done directly between the homeowner and Field Law LLP.
Legal costs associated with the collection of fees, as determined by Field Law LLP, will be charged back to the homeowner.
It is each homeowner’s responsibility to ensure that payments are received by the Summerside Residents Association, in full, by the due date. Late payment charges will be applied to each account in arrears until full payment is received.