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Ward 5 official website2016 Storm Pond Assessments in Ward 5

Calgary’s storm ponds play an important role in the health of our rivers. Storm ponds collect water from various sources such as catch basins, ground water, rain and snow, and filter the sand, dirt, silt and other sediments before the water leaves and returns to our rivers and streams. To maintain the health of our storm ponds, The City of Calgary is assessing the current conditions of several ponds around the city.
From the beginning of August to the end of September, City of Calgary employees and contractors will be working in the storm pond and directly surrounding the area, located at 1600 32 Avenue N.E. and 5420 Métis Trail N.E.
McCall Lake Pond
McCall Lake Pond
Westwinds South Pond
Westwinds South Pond
For more information about The City of Calgary’s storm pond assessment program, please visit or contact 311.

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