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The storm trunk line located along Groat Road from 118 Avenue to just south of 107 Avenue requires rehabilitation.

This storm trunk line is a large diameter metal storm sewer that was constructed between 1953 and 1955 and collects stormwater flow from a large portion of the northwest area of Edmonton. The storm trunk sewer line will be relined with fiberglass reinforced pipe and the existing manholes will also be rehabilitated.

​Project schedule

The trunk line continues to collect water from city streets while work is underway. For safety reasons, when the flow of water in the storm line gets too high from snow melt or rain, we'll stop work until water levels recede. Because the project is highly weather dependant, exact dates for work and traffic impacts can't be given.

Follow @EPCOR or #GroatRd on Twitter for updates to traffic impacts.


Projects updates will be delivered to the community as major milestones are achieved. If you'd like to receive more frequent updates on the project, including traffic accommodations and timelines, please send your email address to


We will take every precaution to protect public safety in this area. The construction areas will be fenced and/or marked as restricted areas. However, we also need your help in obeying all traffic and pedestrian closures and keeping children and pets a safe distance from the construction site and equipment.


​Extensive work is underway or planned along Groat Road from 118 Avenue to 107 Avenue. Work at the intersections of Groat Road and 111 Avenue and 112 Avenue will have the most impacts to traffic flow in the area.

The map below shows the location of each work site. Click on the red pin in the map to find out more about timelines and anticipated traffic impacts for that work location.



You can also download the construction notice pdf for more information.

Contact us

For more information, contact:

Drainage Services

Phone: (780) 509-8080