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There were 113 homes flooded during the 2004 rainstorms in Bearspaw. Based on residents' input, Drainage Services has finished a concept design. This upgrade would reduce the risk of flooding in Bearspaw, improve the function of the lake and provide more temporary storage during rainstorms.

Details of the summaries, projects, and presentations provide the progress of the improvements:

September 2011 - Progress of Construction and Future Drainage and Road Improvements

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April 2009 - Progress of the Concept Design

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Diagram showing the design of the storm sewer upgrades 

March 2007 - Concept Design of Lake Upgrade

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November 2006 - Concept Development of Lake Upgrade

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May 2006 - Overview of the Findings of the Causes, Flood Prevention Programs, and Educational Workshops

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Subsidy Program

For homeowners who have experienced basement flooding or whose dwellings were built before 1989, Drainage Planning and Engineering has a subsidy program to assist homeowners financially to install a backwater valve. For more information, refer to the Backwater Valve Subsidy Program.

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