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Storm Trunk Relocation Project

Storm Trunk Relocation Project - Phase 2 - Update

Jan 10, 2018

37th Street access to North Glenmore Park is expected to close on Jan. 13 with tree removals beginning on Jan. 15 for storm sewer construction. Construction will last until mid-2018.

Nov 17, 2017

To prepare for construction of the South West Calgary Ring Road project, Alberta Transportation requested that the City of Calgary relocate an existing storm trunk that crosses TsuuT’ina First Nation lands. Phase 1, which saw installation of a storm trunk along 37th Street, is now complete. Phase 2 of the project will continue installation of the new storm trunk through North Glenmore Park to an outfall near the Blue Heron picnic area.

37 Street S.W. Storm Trunk Relocation Project - Information Session: Phase 2

The City of Calgary invites you to an information session being held on Wednesday, February 22, at the Lakeview Community Association hall. At this event we will discuss the alignment for phase 2 of the 37th Street Storm Trunk Project. The event will take place from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m.  We look forward to seeing you there.

Storm Sewer Work in Lakeview (2015-2016)

As part of the forthcoming work on the SW Ring Road, the City of Calgary will be constructing a new storm sewer in our community. We would like to provide the details of this work to residents so that residents will know what is happening in our community, and why.

The new sewer will replace an existing line that is currently located on the Tsuut'ina reserve, and will soon be built from Glenmore Trail to the Glenmore Reservoir under 37th street. Construction began in the spring of 2015 with an expected completion date of June 2016. The accompanying diagram shows the location of the existing line and of the new work needed.

The line will be located under the asphalt of 37th street. Direct impacts to the community will be mitigated as much as possible.

The new storm sewer will be a direct replacement for the existing line that currently serves Glamorgan and communities to the north, and will not be tied into either Lakeview's storm sewer system, nor into future developments on the Tsuut'ina reserve.

The Lakeview Community Association will continue to consult with the City on the project. We will also keep residents updated on developments and decisions regarding this project.

For the latest updates and photographs of the project, visit this page of the City of Calgary's website: