What's New

What’s new with the Resiliency and Flood Mitigation Office.

Dike Condition Inspections

MEDIA RELEASE September 16, 2020For immediate release Starting on September 17th, engineering consultants and field crews will begin clearing and mowing vegetation on the top and sides of dikes along the valley. The crews will be inspecting 6.5 km of provincial dikes in various locations. A condition inspection of provincial dikes is being conducted to determine if maintenance and repairs are required. This also allows us the opportunity to evaluate the condition and assists in determining what our new design will include. Brushing (removal/ brushing/trimming of vegetation) is planned for the top of the dikes and downslope face of the

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Before You Leave for Vacation…

Check your property before you leave for vacation. The high intensity convective storms we are experiencing can overwhelm our storm sewer systems, which can result

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Semi Annual Report 2020

The Drumheller Resiliency and Flood Mitigation Office provided a semi-annual update to council at their June 22 council meeting. The report focused on their progress

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Update on River Levels

Be Cautious.  The Red Deer river is currently running over 300 cubic meters per second (cms) and is expected to last throughout the week. This

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