The Drumheller Resiliency and Flood Mitigation Office is holding a virtual Community Engagement Open House regarding the Downtown Dike and Riverside Drive traffic implications via Zoom on Thursday, January 13th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
This open house is to encourage communication between the community and the Drumheller Resiliency and Flood Mitigation Office, to ensure residents have the chance to learn more about the Downtown Dike and the corresponding traffic implications. It is also a great opportunity for the Community to inquire about any questions or comments they may have with the lead engineer on the Downtown Dike, Julia Tarnowski.
Register for the open house at https://floodreadiness.drumheller.ca/be-informed/community-events.
If you can’t attend, the recording of the open house will be available on the Drumheller Flood Readiness website here: https://floodreadiness.drumheller.ca/be-informed/past-community-sessions.
The purpose of the Drumheller Resiliency and Flood Mitigation Office is to protect the people and property in Drumheller from loss due to flooding through a sensible model for a small community to adapt to the perils of changing climate. The project is a multi-hazard solution covering 100 kilometres of riverbank to reduce flooding and protect Drumheller into the 22nd Century.