The NDHA is a community-run, non-profit organization responsible for maintaining and enhancing green spaces in Discovery Ridge. The NDHA is managed by residents of Discovery Ridge who volunteer their time and talents for the betterment of the community.
The NDHA maintains the roundabout waterfall, irrigation system and manicured parkland within Discovery Ridge, as well as the grass, shrub beds and flower planters in the road medians. During winter months, the NDHA manages the holiday light displays as well as snow clearing on many of the greenspace walkways. Griffith Woods, its pathways, and the adjacent parking lot are maintained by The City of Calgary.
The NDHA is separate from the Discovery Ridge Community Association. The Community Association has a number of responsibilities related to enhancing a family-oriented lifestyle and the value of our homes and community. These include the Ridge Review community newsletter, various family events, the recreational facility, and being an advocate and voice for the community on a variety of issues including public safety, development and natural environment. The two associations work together to ensure that community concerns are managed efficiently and effectively.