Utility Upgrades

Copy of Stormwater Construction Notice

This summer, the City is undertaking important work to update the stormwater system (to reduce the possibility of flooding) and update old copper water lines (that are eroding into the soil).

Residents will see these upgrades take place over the summer months, beginning in early July. 

Stormwater and catch basin improvements will start right away, starting in The Cove in July, followed by copper water service replacements, also in The Cove in August.

During construction, temporary road closures and diversions may be in place in certain areas. On occasion, access to driveways and greenspaces may be briefly limited, and some construction noise and street parking restrictions are expected. 

“We understand construction and road closures are inconvenient for residents while these upgrades take place,” says Mark Ruault, Senior Municipal Engineer for the City of Chestermere. “However, we ask residents for their patience and understanding over the next few weeks as we work to improve our community’s infrastructure.”

All affected residents will be notified before starting construction with more specific timelines and information on what to expect. 

Funded by the Government of Alberta’s Municipal Stimulus Plan grant program, these upgrades will improve the City’s resiliency to future flooding events.

  1. Stormwater Upgrades
  2. Copper Water Service Replacements
  3. Construction Notices

Updated: September 7, 2021

Stormwater Upgrades throughout Chestermere

When snow melts or rain happens, stormwater systems collect this water and divert it to stormwater facilities so it doesn’t flood homes. Upgrades to the stormwater mains, catch basins, and overland drainage are necessary to ensure our systems can properly handle significant rain events, function at optimal capacity, and eliminate rainwater pooling on the roads or on private property. 

After Chestermere experienced torrential rain in 2015, the City conducted stormwater modelling to examine where systems could be modified or improved. Areas not capable of handling another 1 in 100-year storm event were identified and several are now slated for upgrading.  

Stormwater upgrades are expected to take place in the following areas:


  • Cove Landing/Cove Bay

Currently under construction (expected completion date - September 10):

  • Cove Point Pathway
  • Cove Point/Cove Drive
  • Cove Landing/Cove Bay
  • Windermere Drive
  • Springmere Drive/Invermere Drive
  • Springmere Road

Currently under construction (expected completion date - TBD):

  • Parkmere Court
  • Merganser Drive

Upcoming (construction dates TBD):

  • Willowmere Close, Willowmere Way, Willowmere green space
  • Parkmere Court
  • Aspenmere Place
  • East Chestermere Drive
  • Rainbow Falls Lane, Rainbow Falls Link, Rainbow Falls Blvd
  • Long Beach Landing

Utility Upgrades Map

Contact Information

Sigfrido Pachaco-Vega, Project Manager.