Disaster Recovery Funding
If you live in Kneehill County, and your home, business or property was damaged by overland flooding in 2018, you may be eligible to receive Disaster Recovery Program (DRP) funding from the Government of Alberta. The DRP provides funding for uninsurable property damage, loss or other expenses incurred as a result of a natural disaster.
Go to aema.alberta.ca/disaster-recovery-programs to download and submit your application form, and to find the most up to date guidelines. Deadline to apply is January 2, 2019.
For more information, call 1-888-671-1111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to our volunteers and community members who continue to come together in Flood Recovery!
After The Flood
Flood Water Precautions
Cleaning the House After a Flood
Cleaning Your Yard After a Flood
Steps for Mould Remediation In Private Homes
Moldy Homes and Buildings
What to Do When Your Septic System has Flooded
Flooded Private Water Supplies
What to Do with Your Well After a Flood
What Do I Do if My Private Water Well has Flooded?
Testing Your Water After Your Well has Flooded
Using Disinfectants To Make Drinking Water Safe When You Can’t Boil it
Shock Chlorinating Your Well (procedure)
Shock Chlorination Information for Private Water Wells
How to Clean and Disinfect a Cistern
Drinking Water Sample Submission
Residents using their own water supply, (private well) can collect samples for testing their drinking water. Follow the instructions below:
(Note: This is for private wells only. Sampling and testing of Kneehill County distributed water is conducted by Kneehill County staff. Contact 403-443-5541 to report any issues.)
How to Collect a Water Sample for Bacteria Testing
Understanding Your Drinking Water Bacteria Testing Results
Water sample bottle pick up & drop off locations for Central zone