This release was issued under a previous government.
The Alberta government has provided more than $24 million to projects that will help ensure Albertans from the County of St. Paul in the northeast to the Town of Fort Macleod in the southwest and many communities in between have access to safe drinking water and reliable, modern water/wastewater treatment systems.
“Our government is committed to investing in infrastructure that improves the quality of life in smaller communities. These projects will provide access to safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible water and wastewater systems for Alberta families.”
Alberta Municipal Water/Wastewater Partnership Grants
- Water Treatment Plant Disinfection Upgrades (Village of Breton): up to $142,500
- Scandia Wastewater Infrastructure Upgrade Cost Revision (County of Newell): up to $109,846
- Waterworks Upgrade (Village of Edgerton): up to $146,250
- Water Treatment Facility Upgrades (Town of Fort Macleod): up to $2,734,703
- Construction of second Water Well (Village of Glendon): up to $75,000
- Glendon Lift Station Cost Revision (Village of Glendon): up to $127,696
- Ammonia Treatment Wastewater Discharge (Town of Ponoka): up to $299,925
- Lagoon Expansion project (Town of Trochu): up to $1,385,845
- Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade (Town of Nanton): up to $6,090,396
- CT Disinfection Cost Revision Request (Town of Edson): up to $580,932
- Wastewater Treatment Facility Upgrades (Town of Edson): up to $4,754,100
- Marlboro Water Treatment Plant Upgrades (Yellowhead County): up to $526,500
- Peers Lift Station Power Upgrades (Yellowhead County): up to $177,210
- Wildwood Lift Station Upgrades and Force Main (Yellowhead County): up to $2,242,500
Water for Life Grants
- Regional Waterline to Carmangay and Vulcan Water Treatment Plant – Cost Revision (Vulcan County): up to $437,633
- Spedden to Ashmont Waterline Cost Revision (County of St. Paul): up to $3,994,364
- Worsley Cleardale Regional Waterline Cost Overrun (Clear Hills County): up to $289,087
The Alberta Municipal Water/Wastewater Partnership and the Alberta Water for Life program provide funds to municipalities with populations of less than 45,000 to help in the construction of municipal water supply and treatment, and wastewater treatment and disposal facilities. Funding is provided as a percentage of eligible approved project costs.