The Government of Alberta has been working to respond to the immediate needs of our citizens and to
stabilize Alberta’s infrastructure and communities. Environment and Parks supports our government’s goal to ensure Alberta and our communities
can return to ‘business as usual’ as quickly as possible.
Environment and Parks has developed and enhanced existing programs to monitor
the impacts and risks of the flood, and to also assist
For more information on Government of Alberta flood recovery initiatives, please visit:
2013 Preliminary Peak Flow Values
|Bow River at Banff
|Elbow River at Bragg Creek
|Bow River at Calgary
|Sheep River at Black Diamond
|Highwood River below Little Bow Canal
|Little Bow Canal at High River
|Oldman River near Lethbridge
|South Saskatchewan River at Medicine Hat
|Red Deer River at Drumheller
|Red Deer River at Sundre
* All the peak values noted above are preliminary and approximate as measured in the field and are subject
to change. The official peak flows will be estimated
by Water Survey of Canada. Values are represented in Cubic Metres per Second (cms).
** This is the final reading before the gauge stopped transmitting.
Updated: May 30, 2018