Strathcona County Utilities supplies water to many customers in the County including:
- Sherwood Park
- Rural hamlets
- Country residents
Utilities operates three types of distribution systems:
- high pressure underground pipe system
- truck fill
- trickle system
Strathcona County receives water from the North Saskatewn River. It originates at the Saskatchewan Glacier in the Rocky Mountains, 500 km southwest of Edmonton.
Drinking water in the County is treated at EPCOR's
E.L Smith Water Treatment Plant in Edmonton.
North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance
Utilities works closely with 45 municipalities in the Capital Region to manage water resources. Check out this video created by the North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance.
Learn more about the North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance and the Water Management Framework for the Industrial Heartland and Capital Region.
Did you know Utilities...
- flushes approximately 2,000 hydrants every year
- has a 24-hour emergency line. Call 780-467-7785 anytime, an operator will respond to your call within one hour.
Last updated: Tuesday, April 30, 2013
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