Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have questions? We have answers!
Every question about life in Mahogany is a good question! Included below are some of the most common inquiries we receive. If you don’t see your question listed below, simply call, email or visit our show homes for more information.
We look forward to assisting you!
Questions About Mahogany’s Show Homes
How do I find Mahogany’s show homes?
Currently there are 30 show homes open in Mahogany, with condos, townhomes, and single family homes at varying price ranges available for purchase. Visit our Show Homes page for a current list, including maps, hours and price ranges.
Questions About the Mahogany Homeowners Association (HOA)
What is the Mahogany Homeowners Association, and what are its annual fees?
The Mahogany Homeowners Association will oversee the preservation of the community, in addition to hosting year-round events and programs. This organization will become the legal owner of certain community amenities, together with the lands upon which such amenities are located.
For current fees and more information please visit www.mahoganyhoa.com or contact HOA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 403.453.1221.
Questions About Available Lots & Home Types
What other type of homes will be available in future phases?
Once complete, Mahogany will house nearly 25,000 Calgarians in homes ranging from stylish condominiums to island estate living – and almost everything in between. Visit our Choose Your Home page to learn more about Mahogany’s diverse new home ownership opportunities. There is truly something for everyone!
Can I buy a lake lot? How much will it cost?
Mahogany's Reserve Collection includes lakefront estate homes and lots, while the Island Collection includes estate homes and lots on the first of two spectacular residential islands in Mahogany Lake. Visit our Choose Your Home page to learn more about Mahogany’s lakefront and island estate home ownership opportunities.
Questions About Mahogany’s Lake & Amenities
Is Mahogany Lake ready for use?
Yes! The first part of Mahogany's interconnected lake was open for winter use (skating and hockey) in 2009, and in 2010 residents enjoyed their first summer of swimming and boating on Mahogany Lake. Mahogany's West Beach also opened in summer 2010 and features a sandy beach, play equipment, beach volleyball courts and more. Mahogany Lake reached full completion, in conjunction with the opening of the Mahogany Beach Club, in 2015.
Is Mahogany Lake stocked with fish?
Yes, the lake has been stocked with Rainbow Trout. Ice fishing, a fishing derby and educational fishing programs for residents started in the 2015/2016 winter season and will reoccur annually. For safety, there will be a designated fishing area that will be separated from other lake activity areas.
What kind of activities will the lake support?
The lake will be large and deep enough to support all but motorized boating pursuits, as well as swimming, paddling, floating and wading in shallower areas. Motorized watercraft will not be permitted on Mahogany Lake.
What Regional Amenities is Mahogany Near?
There are five renowned courses within 15 minutes of the community. Movie theatres, Spruce Meadows, and highway access to mountain escapes are also just a short and direct drive away.
Numerous national retailers, big-box outlets, specialty shops and professional services are also mere minutes away.
Just 10 minutes away is Fish Creek Provincial Park, one of North America’s largest urban parks, offering more than 3,300 acres of natural beauty and 80 kilometres of pathways.
The Rotary/Mattamy Greenway - a one-of-a-kind infrastructure not seen anywhere else in the world - gives you the opportunity to walk, ride, roll, or stroll through nearly 1000 km of pathways around the city of Calgary, starting in your own neighbourhood at Mahogany.
Questions About the South Health Campus
Is the new South Health Campus hospital open?
Yes! Mahogany is less than 10 minutes from the new South Health Campus. This groundbreaking wellness facility features a 24-hour emergency department, an intensive care unit and day surgery units, plus a comprehensive range of wellness programs, including a YMCA Wellness Centre. Visit the South Health Campus to learn more about Alberta’s largest and most advanced healthcare centre.
Is there noise coming from the Emergency Power Generator building located on the northeast corner of the South Health Campus?
When computer modeling was conducted, the exterior noise produced by the generators measured less than 40 decibels at the closest residence. There should be no impact detectable by those living in Mahogany.
Questions About Schools & Nearby Amenities
What are Mahogany's designated schools?
Regular Program - SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARD
Elementary / Junior High (K-9)
Monsignor J S Smith - 2919 Douglasdale Blvd. SE, 403.500.2069
French Immersion Program - SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARD
Senior High Extended French (10-12)
Regular Program - PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD
French Immersion Program - PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD
Spanish Bilingual - PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD
Eugene Coste School – 10 Hillgrove Crescent SW, 403.777.8511
* Designated schools are subject to change – please contact the appropriate school board directly to confirm current designations and enrollment.
Are there schools under construction in Mahogany?
Kindergarten – Grade 6 school
Opening: Fall 2018
Naming of the school is not yet complete
Are there any off-leash dog parks in the area?
Yes. There is a 10-acre off-leash dog park adjacent to Mahogany near the entrance off of 52nd Street SE.
Questions About Public Transportation
Is Mahogany accessible via public transportation?
Questions About Resource Facilities
Are there resource facilities in the Mahogany vicinity?
Yes. The following information is intended to clarify issues and questions regarding resource facilities and emergency planning which directly affect some Mahogany residents.
In general, resource facilities are those land use elements which operate in connection with exploration and drilling for natural gas liquids through pipelines to the marketplace, together with all other equipment incidental to these operations.
It is important to note that there are no resource facilities (gas wells or pipelines) existing within Mahogany. Residents in Mahogany are at no greater risk than residents in other south east communities, but Mahogany’s proximity places some phases within an area referred to as an Emergency Planning Zone (EPZ). Emergency Planning Zones are just that - an extra level of planning in case of an emergency. The potential for different types of emergency situations exists in every community, regardless of their relative proximity to resource facilities.
For more information the EPZ and resource facilities to the south east of Mahogany please contact the following agencies as they can provide the most up to date information:
Mazeppa Processing Partnership/Compton Petroleum, Emergency Response Coordinator at 403.205.7865 or ERP@mfcrp.com.
Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) - Customer Contact Centre at 403.297.8311
The City of Calgary 3-1-1
Download the Natural Resource Facilities Information Brochure
Questions About the Urban Village
Who do I contact regarding future leasing opportunities in the Urban Village?
For enquiries about leasing opportunities in the Urban Village, please contact Melissa Walsh with Hopewell Development Corporation at 403.410.5671 or email@example.com.