Silverado is made up of approximately 1,900 homes. $2,500,000 to $400,000 is the high and low of the price range for homes in this southeast community of Calgary. Silverado also has a population of 5,136 as of 2012. What are its borders? Spruce Meadows Trail to the north, 194th Avenue to the south, as well as Spruce Meadows Way and Macleod Trail to the east.
An LRT station is located at Shawville, while busses from route 402 make two stops within the community.
Parks & Recreation
Nature is the focal point of Silverado; for example, on its east side is a lake. This lake is surrounded by greenery and it continues throughout the south and north of the community as well. The result is a very unique community compared to many others in Calgary. Residents who want to explore nature further are suggested to head to the Fish Creek Provincial Park or McKenzie Meadows Golf Club, which both contain parts of the Elbow River. Shopping, furthermore, can be had at the Shawnessy Shopping Centre located to the north.
Schools serving in and around this community include: Bishop O’Byrne High, Midsun Junior High, Somerset School.
Houses of Worship
Houses of worship serving in and around this community include: Trinity Mennonite Church, Red Deer Lake United Church, Anglican Church of Canada.