The Full Story
The Hamlet of Keephills has an interesting history. The current “townsite” is the result of the community being relocated to accommodate a mine. The former version of TransAlta relocated the hamlet and built the current facility that included a school (now the community centre) and community hall.
The building is set up as a condominium structure with the Keephills Community Association and Parkland County being the two owners of the building. They are governed by a Condominium Agreement. The facility floor plan below identifies the portions of the entire facility that is Parkland County’s and the KCA's. The components in blue identify the County’s spaces while the green portion is Keephills Community Association’s space. The red components are jointly owned by both members of the condominium. There are some outdoor amenities that are jointly owned.