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

“What We Heard” Report Now Available

Last month we held a series of neighbourhood information sessions across the Drumheller Valley, reaching more than 500 residents. We’d like to thank everyone who attended and provided their valuable input. We were listening, and have worked through everyone’s comments. Your feedback has been a valuable guide as we revise and improve the drafts of the proposed new Municipal Development Plan (MDP) and Land Use Bylaw (LUB). We’ve put together a “What We Heard” report that is now publicly available. This document summarizes changes to the proposed new LUB and MDP resulting from the collective review of the first draft.

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Third Quarter Report 2020

On October 13 Town Council was presented the Third Quarter Report for 2020. Read the full document here. To watch the presentation to council please


Bore Hole Drilling

MEDIA RELEASE October 5, 2020For immediate release Geotechnical field crews will commence drilling 32 bore holes throughout town. The purpose for this work is to


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


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


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


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


Flood Season Starts Today

Flood season is May 15 – July 15 in Alberta. Historically, the Drumheller valley floods around the third week of June from a rain on


Family Day 2020

Wednesday February 19, 2020 The Resiliency and Flood Mitigation Office is busy preparing for Spring Flood Season. On Family Day we participated in activities with


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