Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) has moved into their feasibility phase which will consider options for additional reservoir capacity on the Bow River to reduce the impact of flood and drought. Follow the link below to a newsletter published this month by AEP that describes the work completed on the conceptual study and the plans for the feasibility study that includes engagement opportunities.
(AEP – Bow River Reservoir Options Newsletter)
BRFM is pleased to have accepted an invitation to participate directly in the feasibility engagement.
Public engagement has also begun – If you have questions for the Bow River Reservoir Options project team, they can be submitted at:
There will be an online virtual engagement session in mid June. Stay tuned for the specific date and registration information.
Sign up for direct updates on the Bow River Reservoir Options at and find out about new engagement opportunities as soon as they are announced:
The City has clearly stated that they will not advocate for upstream mitigation that will reduce the peak flow rate enough to prevent groundwater damage so it us up to us as a community to make sure our voice is heard!