Structures Built In1980s,1990s
McKenzie Lake Community Association16198 McKenzie Lake Way. S.E.
A Community Association membership is a great way to support your community. They are inexpensive and voluntary. A valid membership is usually required to participate in recreational, social and educational programs from soccer to girl guides, karate to yoga, stampede breakfasts to senior programs, movie nights and much more! Several Calgary recreation centres will also provide a discount for community association membership holders.
McKenzie Lake Pathways Snow Removal Special Tax Levy Set at $7.85 for 2014-15
The initial annual tax levy rate when the program first started was set at $10.87 in Oct 2005. This was based on an estimated annual cost of $50,000. Since then the cost of snow removal has varied fairly significantly ranging from $19,000 during a light snowfall year to $63,000 during a heavy snowfall year. On average, the annual cost of snow removal to date is $37,000. We had very light snowfall years in 2009-10 and 2011-12 and as a result we were carrying a significant surplus in our account with the city. In an effort to reduce this surplus, the tax levy was lowered to $3.00 for 2013-14. The tax levy is being increased to $7.85 for 2014-15 to ensure sufficient funds in the event of an upcoming heavy snowfall year as the community is not permitted to run a deficit. The tax levy rate is set a year in advance. For example, the levy for 2014-15 is set in Oct 2013 and collected in Jun 2014.
McKenzie Lake Residents Association16199 McKenzie Lake Way SE
The McKenzie Lake Residents Association is a non-profit organization geared towards providing a wide array of recreational services, programs and facilities for our members and their guests. We serve 3,200 residences and over 11,000 members and their families. In addition to the lake, members have access to tennis courts, basketball courts, a beach volleyball area, and a toboggan hill. McKenzie Lake is a 43 acre lake combined with an 18 acre park for a total of 61 acres. The lake holds 200 million gallons of water fed by City of Calgary. It is 28 feet at its deepest point with an average depth of 15 feet and has a marked shallow water swimming area with sandy beaches
McKenzie Lake Programs16198 McKenzie Lake Way. S.E.
Sports and activities available at the McKenzie Lake community centre or offered by the association.
Fall Programs: Registration Opens August 1st16198 McKenzie Lake Way. S.E.
McKenzie Tots will start up again on September 10th. It runs Thursdays 10am-12pm in the Community Centre gym. It is a $5 drop in fee per session. Come out and have fun with other parents and children. It is free play in the gymnasium with songs and games. Join in for snacks and coffee too!! Children ages 0-5.
55+ Club will start again on September 8 from 12-2pm. Come join in for snacks, coffee, games and visiting. It runs on Tuesdays 12-2pm. This is a free drop in program.
McKenzie Lake Preschool16198 McKenzie Lake Way. S.E.
REGISTER FOR PRESCHOOL 2014-2015. REG OPENS FEB 2 at 9am. Open House for New or Perspective Families for School Year 2015/16 Thursday January 15, 2015 from 6-8pm. Great Opportunity to see the classroom & meet the teacher!
Before and After School McKenzie Lake Child Care16198 McKenzie Lake Way. S.E.
McKenzie Lake Community Hall and Facilities16198 McKenzie Lake Way. S.E.
The McKenzie Lake Community Centre has rooms available for rent to community members and the public. McKenzie Lake community association depends a great deal on the revenues generated from hall rentals for the operation of the entire facility.
For hall rentals please contact Michele Overacker directly by calling 403.257.1823.