When Calgary is at its greatest risk of flooding, from May 15 to July 15, stay up to date with conditions and ensure you are prepared to act as needed. Below, you'll find all our flood-related information to help you stay connected.
Updates and information sessions
Information sessions: Find details about our past and present information sessions. These sessions include information about our recovery from the 2013 flood and about our current flood mitigation efforts.
Newsletters and updates: Find the most recent news and updates as it relates to the ongoing recovery work the City of Calgary is doing and flood mitigation efforts.
Flood mitigation projects: View a list of all completed and in-progress flood mitigation and recovery projects.
Flood Mitigation Measures Assessment project: In the upcoming months, The City will be meeting with citizens, stakeholder groups, community organizations and orders of government to gather input to develop our comprehensive suite of flood mitigation measures for the Bow and Elbow rivers.
To request more information on all flood-related recovery, repairs or mitigation efforts, please fill out an online service request or call 311.
Flooding - Emergency notification resources
Flooding occurs quickly and with very little warning. To stay connected, keep track of the resources below:
Flooding - Other alerts and notices
- Listen for and sign up for Alberta emergency alerts. Alberta Emergency Alerts interrupt local broadcasting on television and radio stations with information about the emergency. You can also download the AEA app to a smart device to receive notifications.
- Check the Alberta Environment Advisories and Warnings page. The page contains advisories, warnings or watches that are in place so you can be prepared for severe weather and the possibility of flooding.
- Download Alberta Environment's river monitoring app for iTunes or Android.
- Check The Weather Network for the latest weather advisories.
- Check Environment Canada for the latest weather advisories posted by the Government of Canada.