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Flood Mitigation & Preparedness

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This year marks the fifth anniversary of the 2013 flood, an event that touched the lives of all Calgarian families.
The City has been working to put in place measures that can help control some of the flood risk and, at present, about 30 per cent of the flood risk mitigation has been completed. Park of the flood mitigation is work on the Glenmore Reservoir which will be completed in 2020. Discussions continue on the provincial Springbank Dry Dam project which was recently delayed by 10 months. While new funding has been announced for some inner city neighbourhoods (Inglewood, Hillhurst and Eau Claire) there is no agreement on upstream mitigation for the Bow River to date.
As always, please be ready in the event of a flood by have a 72-hour emergency kit and protecting your property as best as you can. To stay up to date with conditions and for more tips on flood preparedness, please visit:

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