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Overview

We are seeking feedback from Albertans on draft reports and flood maps from the Camrose flood study. 

This is the second phase of public engagement for the draft Camrose flood study. Engagement on draft flood inundation maps, which show areas at risk for different sized floods to help with emergency response, and related reports was completed in January 2021. This phase of engagement focuses on draft flood hazard maps, which define floodway and flood fringe areas to help with long term planning. 

Public engagement is part of our standard flood study finalization process, and occurs after local authorities, such as towns, cities, counties, municipal districts, and Indigenous communities, have had an opportunity to review the draft reports and flood maps.

Timeline

  • Open

    Survey closes February 12, 2024.

  • Results under review

  • Completed

Who is listening

Ministry of Environment and Protected Areas

Get informed

You do not need to be a technical expert to provide your feedback.

If you want to learn more before providing feedback, additional resources are available to help you get informed.

Get involved

Complete the survey and provide feedback by Monday, February 12, 2024 at 4:30 pm.

Take the survey

The draft reports and flood maps have gone through several stages of review already, but we welcome your feedback regarding factual errors or omissions. We are particularly interested in your feedback on the draft flood hazard maps which were not included in the first phase of engagement and are being shared with the public for the first time, but all feedback is welcome.

Next steps

We will carefully consider all submitted feedback. Due to the potential volume of submissions we likely will not be able to respond to your feedback directly.

Future study update notices will be provided through the Flood Hazard Identification Program. This will include more information about the study status and where we are in the finalization process.