In May 2021, EPCOR initiated public and Indigenous engagement to understand how we can best integrate the required flood barriers into certain locations around Rossdale and E.L. Smith Water Treatment Plants. We expect to begin construction on the flood barriers in 2024. Although there are key decision points along the way, we will engage with the community throughout the project.
In early October, we wrapped up the first phase of public and Indigenous engagement for this project. We wanted to hear your feedback about what these flood barriers could look like and how you experience them in your community.
We are now in phase two of public and Indigenous engagement, and would like to hear the community's preferences for the type of flood barrier required in certain locations around the Rossdale Water Treatment Plant. We would also like to learn which design considerations are most important to the community as we build the flood barriers at E.L. Smith and Rossdale Water Treatment Plant.
Have your say by participating in our
current engagement activities, or learn more below.
The considerations for flood barriers are different at each water treatment plant.