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We gathered feedback from Albertans on draft reports and flood maps from the Cardston flood study.
The study includes detailed engineering reports and flood maps. The engineering reports are technical in nature and document the data, assumptions, and results of the hydrologic and hydraulic analyses needed to create flood maps.
The draft reports and flood maps have gone through several stages of review already, but we welcomed your feedback regarding factual errors or omissions. We were particularly interested in feedback on hydraulic modelling and flood mapping components of the draft study, as well as the flood inundation maps themselves.
This first phase of engagement is focused on the flood inundation maps that support local emergency response. We are planning future engagement opportunities on other study components for early next year, including the flood hazard maps that define floodways.
November 30, 2020 to January 15, 2021
Results under review
Who is listening
Ministry of Environment and Parks
Feedback was collected through an online survey and by ideas submitted online from November 30, 2020 to January 15, 2021.
Thank you for your input, we are currently reviewing feedback.
- Cardston Flood Study – About flood studies (PDF, 1.1 MB)
- Cardston Flood Study – About this study (PDF, 1.5 MB)
- Cardston Flood Study – About our engagement (PDF, 1.1 MB)
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.
Last updated: January 15, 2021