EPCOR Stormwater Strategies project Survey Opportunity sticky icon

It's no secret that large rainfall storms can cause flooding, sometimes isolated, sometimes widespread. As recently as 2012, significant flooding caused major damage in Edmonton. Heavy rains can cause traffic disruptions at low lying locations such as underpasses.

And, in EPCOR communities in southern Alberta as well as other parts of Canada, major storm events in recent years have forced people from their homes and left many without essential services for up to weeks at a time. 

We're not waiting for the next flood to take action. We are now developing multi-year plans to reduce the risk of flood impacts in Edmonton and will be presenting these to City Council Utility Committee in the coming months

The project, called Stormwater Integrated Resource Planning (SIRP), involves a risk-based approach that considers community input, risk assessments, financial analysis, planning and operational responses and environmental concerns. It's a process of continuous improvement.

Participate in public research

The scope of SIRP is far-reaching, and public interest in storm flood mitigation is high. So, we want to ensure citizens have a voice as we develop plans.

As part of our public engagement, we are launching a public survey to learn about the values and priorities of local residents. This research asks participants to think about the different impacts a flood in Edmonton could have on homes, businesses, the environment, people and community services.

The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.



Terwillegar Drive Concept Plan sticky icon

Terwillegar Drive Concept plan on converting Terwillegar Drive into a freeway between Whitemud Drive and the Anthony Henday. 
Please see attached link for some thoughts from your city councillor on his views for the Terwillegar Drive expansion (http://www.timcartmell.ca/terwillegar_drive_development).   
Visit the City's website regarding the development plan (https://www.edmonton.ca/projects_plans/terwillegar-drive.aspx).


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Aquatic Centre: Mon-Sat 5:30 am to 10:00 pm, Sunday 5:30 am - 9:00 pm
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  • Eight lane pool with one and three meter diving boards and a five meter diving platform
  • Leisure wave pool with a lazy river and spray features
  • Whirlpool for 30 people
  • Waterslide
  • Tot pool with ramp access
  • Steam room for 18 people
  • State of the art exercise equipment
  • Two program studios
  • Indoor walking/jogging track (206 meters)


  • Three full size gymnasiums with a variety of set-ups possible for all kinds of sports

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  • Indoor playground
  • Child-minding room
  • Three children's program rooms ARENA
  • Four NHL-size sheets of ice with 20 dressing rooms
  • Room for up to 710 spectators in rink 1,and 200-260 spectators in rink 2,3 and 4
  • Three tournament rooms
  • Registered programs
  • Drop in programs & drop in dedicated sports times
  • Professional fitness services RENTALS & BOOKINGS
  • You can book individual meeting rooms for your important presentations and multi purpose rooms for that special celebration. Call 780-442-7259


By becoming a member of your Community League, you have demonstrated your commitment to your community. To honour your commitment and support your families’ health and well-being, the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues has teamed up with the City of Edmonton to form the Community League Wellness Program. Current Community League members receive admission incentives to enjoy the City’s world-class sports and recreation facilities.

All current members of an Edmonton Community League with a valid membership card are eligible to participate in this program.


For details, open the attached brochure.