Functional Stormwater Drainage - Blackfoot & Devonia Basins (2014)

Sameng Inc. has been retained to complete a detailed functional stormwater drainage plan for both the Blackfoot and Devonia drainage basins as established by Sameng Inc. Blackfoot basin has an area starting at approximately Township Road 510 to the Hamelt of Blackfoot and the Devonia Basin has an area starting south of the Hamlet of Blackfoot to approximately Township Road 492.

The overall goal of the study is to develop a drainage planning strategy throughout the basin that is clearly understood by the public, developers, and the County administration.

Documents:
Blackfoot Basin Concept
Devonia Basin Concept
Summary of Final Report

Functional Stormwater Drainage Plan - Northwest Drainage Basin (2012)

Genivar has been retained to complete a detailed functional stormwater drainage plan for the Northwest Drainage Basin located west of the City of Lloydminster. The extends of the drainage basin are defined by the County of Vermilion River Master Stormwater Management Plan.

The drainage basin covers a total area of approximately 2,725 hectares. The basin is currently agricultural in nature but includes the residential subdivision of Deerfoot Estates, the industrial subdivision of Reinhart, Wist and County Energy Park and the Rolling Greens Golf Course.

The overall goal of the study is to develop a drainage planning strategy throughout the basin that is clearly understood by the public, developers, and the County administration.

Documents:
Executive Summary

Master Stormwater Management Plan (2009)

Recent higher than normal precipitation has resulted in greater flooding in the developed areas and downstream of the developments than was anticipated when the exisitng projects were implemented. The County recognized that a more comprehensive planning process will be needed to improve drainage of exisitng projects and to ensure that future developments do not compound the drainage issues.

Documents:
Master Stormwater Management Plan
Master Stormwater Management Plan Technical Report