In July 2012, heavy rain caused flooding and sewer back up in many homes in Edmonton. Drainage Services is hosting a number of public meetings for residents affected by the storms.
Public consultation meetings provide information about the causes of flooding, recommendations about upgrades and improvements, the progress of the projects, and to get feedback and hear concerns from the attendees.
Starting in May, the City of Edmonton Drainage Services will host follow-up public meetings for residents affected by the storms. The meetings are intended to present findings and recommendations from the engineering studies to the communities impacted, and give residents the opportunity to discuss these findings and provide a schedule for moving forward.
Meeting materials from recent public consultations
Millbourne Community - May 14, 2013
Southwest Edmonton Community - May 9, 2013
Millwoods Community - May 7, 2013
Laurier Heights Community - November 29, 2012
Southwest Edmonton Communities - October 11, 2012
Mill Woods Community - October 1, 2012
North Millbourne Community - September 24, 2012
In February of 2005, engineering studies of 15 high priority communities were completed. View presentations and meeting summaries from these public consultations.
For more information:
Flood Prevention Program