In an effort to assist residents with flood damages and loss, FirstService Residential Alberta has established an Emergency Relief Fund to aid residents with flood recovery. Please click here to learn more about the FirstService Residential Alberta Emergency Relief Fund and how we can help you through this challenging time.
Southern Alberta Flood Resources
In light of the recent flooding that has greatly impacted most of Southern Alberta, FirstService Residential Alberta staff continue to work hard to assist residents who have been affected and address damage in our managed buildings. Since the disaster, we have conducted individual building inspections in an effort to assess flood damages and assist residents in returning to their homes. FirstService Resdential Alberta has established an Emergency Relief Fund to provide financial relief to assist residents in buildings managed by us. Listed below is helpful information related to your safety, assessment and recovery from flood damages.
Important Flood Updates
FirstService Residential Alberta has prepared the following information to keep you informed of important updates on the flood emergency.
- Flood Updates & Warnings: Provides information regarding evacuation, re-entry, and insurance
- Government Aid Programs: Provides details and links to the government aid programs for those impacted by the flooding
- Flood Resources: Helpful links to sites and materials intended to assist you through returning to your home and addressing damages and loss
- Flood Guides: Booklets from The City of Calgary and Canadian Red Cross provide information regarding how to address flood damage
- City of Calgary News Blog: Residents can refer to this site for official CIty updates regarding flood events and news
In addition to these resources, we are encouraging all residents to continue to monitor our website, and your Connect community website for important updates related to building occupancy.
Left image 10th Street Bridge: large gravel deposits have been left in the Bow River after the flood.