Traffic survey for downtown berm closing January 20 | DrumhellerMail
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Traffic survey for downtown berm closing January 20

Proposed Riverside Drive Closure

The Town of Drumheller is collecting feedback on traffic changes related to the Downtown berm so they can be addressed with residents, commuters, and business owners.
The Town understands this berm design has traffic implications, so there will be many conversations to come about this.
They’re working with the Downtown Area Revitalization Plan (DARP) team to come up with solutions that meet the goals of the revitalization program, and with the emergency services department to come up with solutions to meet the needs of the response times for the community.
Please stay tuned on the Drumheller Flood Mitigation website, social media, and advertising for more information as this project progresses.
To submit your feedback regarding the Downtown berm traffic implications, fill out the online survey at
Or, if you prefer to fill out a paper copy, stop by Town Hall.
As a reminder, the survey ends on January 20, so if you want to submit your feedback do so before then.
To watch the recording of the Downtown berm Open House on December 9, 2021, where the lead engineer went into depth on the Riverside Drive
assessment and results, go to https://floodreadiness.
The Flood Mitigation Office will also be holding a second Downtown berm Open House (virtual only) on Thursday, January 13, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom. This Open House is to encourage communication between the Community and the Flood Mitigation Office, so residents have the chance to learn more about the project and the corresponding traffic
It is also a great opportunity to inquire about any questions or concerns you may have. Register for the Open House at
The recording will be posted online within a few days after the event at

Copy of Traffic Survey QR Code

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