PELICAN BAY COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION
Attention All Members:
The ATV/Recreation Vehicle plates have arrived!
All members with a quad, golf cart, or other recreation motorized vehicle must have the
above plate on their recreation vehicle they are intending on using with the Pelican Bay
Cooperative Association Park. This plate must be installed on the vehicle in clear sight
and shall be the property of Pelican Bay Cooperative. The purpose of the plate is to
identify that the vehicle it is installed on has been registered for use within the park.
Vehicles without a plate must not be used within Pelican Bay Cooperative Park at any
The cost of the plate is $10 per plate.
Guests who bring in a motorized recreation vehicle must also have a plate to ride within
the park. Guests without the plate can load and unload outside the gate area to ride
outside the park. Members who do not wish to purchase a plate can also load and
unload outside the gated area and ride outside the park.
Plates can be purchased by seeing Wally during store hours.
All ATV/recreation vehicles riding within the park must have a plate on them by
Reminder of the Rules and Regulations of ATV/Recreation Vehicle:
Please see the attached for the information from Alberta Traffic Safety Act.
If you wish to have a copy of the Rules and Regulations to review – they are available at
A few quick reminders:
If riding an ATV/recreation vehicle within the park it MUST have our
Pelican Bay Cooperative Assoc. plate on it!
Speed limit is 15 km/h
travel from point A to B – not for pleasure cruising!
speed bumps are there for a reason – don’t go around them!
Must be 14 years of age or older!
If rules are broken, suspension of riding within the park will apply.
Failure to Comply (summary from our Rules and Regulations)
First Offence - Written warning issued.
Second Offence – whole family receives suspension for a period of 14 days. Offending
family member suspended for 28 days.
Third Offence - Family would receive a 28-day suspension and offending family
member suspended for 56 days. Upon completion of the 56 days, if the suspended
family wishes to be able to use their ATV/recreation vehicle within the park, they must
meet with the Board of Directors and Management.
Under the Alberta Traffic Safety Act:
2(1) A person who is less than 14 years old shall not drive an off-highway vehicle on a highway.
(2) a person who is less than 14 years old shall not drive an off-highway vehicle on public
(a) the person is supervised by a person who is occupying the passenger seat on
the off-highway vehicle or is in or on a vehicle that is travelling in close proximity to the
off-highway vehicle, and
(b) the person supervising is 18 years old or older.
(3) No person shall permit a person who is less than 14 years old to drive an off-highway
vehicle in a public place except in accordance with subsection (2).