Our Features:
Community Engagement Just Got Easier

Keep the buzz going in your community with these features designed to making community communication easier than ever.

Remember, CommuniBee is free for community leagues/associations, neighborhood organizations, 
& similar not-for-profits in Alberta, Canada. 

Communicate Effectively With Your Community

Push Notifications

Communicate with your community via push notifications, news postings, and listings.

Community News Updates

Keep residents engaged and informed with an active, real time news feed

Book Amenities

Book meeting rooms, promote your local facilities, amenities or local businesses.

Easy eCommerce

Centralize your payments for memberships, community products, event tickets, or anything else you need.

iOS & Android Apps

CommuniBee works with Android & iOS mobile phones.

Report Incidents From Your Phone

Residents can report coyote sightings, crime, or make suggestions for news or alerts

Host Community Events

Create events for the community or the public. Limit tickets, manage attendees, process payment via Stripe.

Share Community Directories

Make it easy to find important contact information for your community

Manage Events

Keep your event management in one place, integrated with all the rest of your community data.

Ticket Payment

CommuniBee has eCommerce built right in, making ticket purchases a snap for your residents.

RSVP

Keep track of expected attendance by requiring RSVP's, even if you aren't selling tickets.

Reminders

Guests who purchase tickets or RSVP to an event will be sent reminders the day before the event.

Manage Attendance

Use the dashboard or export and print a guest list to manage attendance at the event.

Freshly Added Features

Forums & Message Boards

Allow your residents to connect with each other via message boards hosted within the app. You can moderate content as you see fit.

Surveys and Polls

Find out what your community really thinks and collect data right from people's phones!

"It's easy keep in touch with the my community's news"