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The Steinhauer and Ermineskin Flood Mitigation Project

The Steinhauer and Ermineskin Flood Mitigation Project was initiated with the objective of reducing the risk of flooding during high-intensity, low-frequency rainfall events. The selected concept includes two dry ponds: one in Steinhauer Park and one in Ermineskin Park, as well as performing various sewer upgrades located in several areas of both neighbourhoods.

About 60% of the construction for the overall project was completed in 2020, including the Ermineskin Park dry pond and the sewer upgrades in both Ermineskin and Steinhauer. The full benefits of the project will not be achieved until the Steinhauer Park dry pond, the remaining sewer upgrades (dry pond connections), and the storm system is fully operational in 2021.

The excavation of the dry pond in Steinhauer Park began on May 25, 2021. The next phase of work will be the installation of the underground infrastructure to connect the dry pond in Steinhauer Park to the storm drainage system.

 

 

Impacts to you

While we try to minimize disruptions during our project work, there are some things that may affect you throughout the project, like traffic impacts and sidewalk closures.

Impacts to you

 

What to expect during construction

You can expect to experience typical construction activities during this work. Here are the details about what you can expect during construction.

Construction impacts

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Timeline

About 60% of the construction for the overall project has been completed. Have a closer look at a more detailed project timeline.

Project timeline

 

Project background and materials

Learn more about the work we're doing during this project and why we need to do it.

Background and details

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This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada

Questions?

We understand you may have questions about this information, so please feel free to contact us.

Ph: (780) 509-8080
Email: epcordrainage@epcor.com