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Drumheller High Streamflow Advisory - Emergency Preparedness Resources

Posted on Jun. 14 2022

DRUMHELLER, AB – (June 14, 2022) – With the forecasted rainfall, and out of an abundance of caution, we have resources prepared to ensure residents of the Drumheller Valley are safe.

Less rain has been received on the upper Red Deer River basin than forecasted in the last 24 hours, and as such, exceedingly high flows above Dickson Dam are no longer expected. However, the High Streamflow Advisory in the Drumheller area remains. Due to this, we want to share emergency preparedness resources to ensure the safety of our residents.

Emergency Preparedness Resources

  • 72-Hour Emergency Kit This emergency kit outlines basic safety supplies to have on hand, as well as what critical documents and personal items to have ready to go at a moment’s notice.
  • For more information on how to get you, your family and your home flood ready, please visit our Emergency Preparedness Guide.

Stay Informed

Forecast and river conditions can change quickly and with little warning, so it’s important Drumheller residents continue to stay informed. 

Visit https://rivers.alberta.ca/ for the latest information and follow updates from The Town and the Drumheller Resiliency & Flood Mitigation Office through local media and social media.

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For a tutorial on how to use the Alberta Floods and Rivers Tool, click here.

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