Community Access Program (CAP)

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The Town of High River has launched the Community Access Program (CAP) that will provide discounts on many town programs, activities and support services to residents that meet specified household income requirements. For more information on the CAP card please contact FCSS at 403.652.8620.

Who qualifies?

To qualify for this year’s CAP card you must live in High River and have an annual household net income (line 150 on Notice of Assessment) below:

  • One Person: $27,060 
  • Two People: $33,875
  • Three People: $41,415
  • Four People: $50,283
  • Five People: $57,030
  • Six People: $64,320
  • Seven People: $71,610

How to apply?

Cards expire June 30 of each year. Applications can be made at the FCSS Office in the Charles Clark Medical Centre (101 – 303 9 Avenue S.W.). Please bring:

  • Proof of residency (if different from ID) – E.g. Utility bill with current address
  • ID for household members (e.g. birth certificate, health care card)
  • Proof of income: most recent Notice of Assessment from Revenue Canada OR three months pay stubs.

What are the benefits of a CAP card?

CAP Card holders are eligible for:

  • 50% off all programs offered in the Town of High River Community Program Guide (daycamps excluded)
  • 50% off admissions to the Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex and Cargill Field House
  • FCSS’ Volunteer Income Tax Program
  • High River Library Card