The land along Beach Street East, in the Summer Village of Rochon Sands, is at risk of flooding during extreme weather conditions when lake levels are high. The Alberta Government has worked with the Summer Village of Rochon Sands to explore options that could help to mitigate this flood risk. In 2012, when the lake water level was very high, meetings were held with landowners and it was agreed that mitigation measures and emergency access is required. This year the project will resume, with the aim to find a permanent solution that reflects and addresses community concerns while protecting properties from the potential flood risk.
The project team hosted an open house on September 2, 2017 to share the preferred design options and provide an opportunity for residents to share their feedback.
If you were unable to attend the open house, and would like to share your comments, please complete this brief, online survey.
Looking east along the shoreline adjacent to Beach Street East, 2016
Looking east along Beach Street East during high water levels in 2012
Looking east along Beach Street East, 2016
Looking east at high water along Beach Street East in 2012