Frequently asked questions.

FAQs

You should have complete confidence before making an important decision. We are here to answer any and all questions you may have about Miralomas. If you cannot find your question below, call us at 830.331.8546 or email us at phodges@miralomas.com.

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How do I get started?

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Whether you want to learn more about Miralomas or schedule a tour, getting in touch is the first step. We will answer your questions and get you started. Call 830.331.8546 or email phodges@miralomas.com. We can’t wait to meet you!

Q:

How many available home sites are there?

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Phase I of development made lots available through our Preferred Builder Group or Miralomas Development Corporation. Please call for availability. Future lots will become available as the phases develop.

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What can I expect from the Property Owners Association?

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Questions about the Miralomas POA can be directed to Susan Wright, Community Liaison, at swright@miralomas.com or 210.827.1133.

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What is the Miralomas MUD?

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The Miralomas Municipal Utility District (MUD) is a public entity that provides professional oversight of utilities serving the entire community. When fully functioning, the MUD will provide central treated water and irrigation with existing reused water. All requests for information about the MUD can be directed to Janet Swartz at jswartz@abhr.com.

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Who are the Miralomas utility providers?

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Cable/Internet/Telephone: GVTC, 830.885.4411 

Electricity: Bandera Electric Cooperative, 866.226.3372, www.banderaelectric.com/newservice 

Gas: Propane (See your builder) 

Trash Collection: Tiger Sanitation, 210.333.4287, fee is $26 per month billed quarterly to resident 

Water (Potable/reclaimed/wastewater): Miralomas Municipal Utility District (MMUD), Operated by 
Kendall West Utilities, LLX, 830.331.2525. A rate calculator is available upon request.

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Does Miralomas have reliable water availability and where does it come from?

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Yes. The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority Western Canyon Water Pipeline delivers reliable and abundant water to Miralomas from Canyon Lake through 40 miles of pipeline. We have an on-site water treatment plant and conservation system that reclaims all waste water and provides irrigation to individual homes and to the extensive landscaping. The Miralomas land plan works within the confines of a water budget based on LUEs (Living Unit Equivalent) available within 750-acre feet of imported water from Canyon Lake. No groundwater wells or sceptic tanks are allowed.

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What are the hours for Miralomas recreation facilities?

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Fitness Center: 24/7 access for residents
Clubhouse: Open 7 a.m. – 10 p.m., unless reserved (residents will be notified if the clubhouse 
is closed for a private function)

Pool: Hours are 9 a.m. – 10 p.m., 7 days a week. Pool season is determined by weather – generally from Boerne ISD Spring Break through September 30.
For information on the amenity center, please contact Kim Thornton at 210.902.0973.

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What are some year-round events in Boerne?

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Boerne Chocolate Walk – February
Geocaching – March
Outdoor Family Fair – March
Texas Corvette Car Shop – April
Boerne Bierfest – April
Boerne Berges Fest – June, Father’s Day weekend
Movies in the Park – Last Friday of the summer months
Kendall County Fair – Labor Day Weekend, September
Grown Up Cup – September
Texas Invitational Art Show – October
The Key to the Hills Rod Run – October
Oma’s Craft Fair – December

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Can I pick my own builder?

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We have a preferred builder group but will consider a new builder for approved builder status after appropriate due diligence.

Q:

How quickly do I have to build after I buy?

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Construction must commence within 12 months of purchase.

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