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Floodway / flood fringe maps

How to find flood and flood fringe maps

To find out if your property is in a floodway or flood fringe area, we recommend that you first visit the Government of Alberta's (GOA) official Flood Hazard Map. You can also find more information at the GOA's Flood Hazard mapping site.

To learn what you can do to prepare for flooding, visit our Flood Preparation page.

City of Calgary flood and flood fringe information

We also offer floodway / flood fringe information in two formats:

City of Calgary floodway and flood fringe maps (excluding Downtown & Beltline area)

The floodway / flood fringe maps show the floodway / flood fringe areas of the Bow and Elbow Rivers and the Nose and West Nose Creeks. These maps apply to most of the city with the exception of Downtown and Beltline.

View the Downtown and Beltline maps
Floodway /Floodplain maps for Downtown and Beltline

To access the appropriate City Floodway/Flood fringe maps in PDF format, simply click on a section on the map below.

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This map forms part of Land Use Bylaw 1P2007.


City of Calgary floodplain, floodway and flood fringe maps (entire City)

The City’s Land Use Bylaw 1P2007 maps shows the new Land Use District for each parcel of land in the City, and can also be used to determine if your property is in a floodway or flood fringe.