April 24th Update:

The Village of Beiseker is requesting all residents and businesses to please conserve water, and to keep sewage usage to a minimum. The overland flooding is taxing our infrastructure and putting our water and sewer systems in jeopardy.

The Beiseker Community Centre is being opened for any residents who may be evacuated from their homes. Rocky View County Fire Services are also in the village to assist during this emergency.

For more information about what to do during our local state of emergency, please see the link below from Alberta Health Services.

Thank you for your cooperation.


Village of Beiseker Council has declared a local state of emergency with concerns of ongoing and projected overland flooding in the municipality.

Our Public Works Department is trying their best to divert water away from the village and protect residential dwellings. Please continue to check your basement and sump pumps regularly. For your own safety, please stay away from drainage ditches and any fast flowing water.

Alberta Municipal Affairs has been notified and an Alberta Emergency Information Alert has been created. Local news organizations have also been notified. This notice has also been published on our electronic billboard at the Village Office, and on our web site.

Thank you for your cooperation!


The boil water advisory has been LIFTED as of 9:30am April 19th.
To make everything in your house safe please follow these recommendations from Alberta Health Services:

  • run cold water taps for at least 5 minutes before you use them.  If you live in an apartment or condo, run the taps for more than 5 minutes.
  • flush, clean and sanitize appliances with water line connections (e.g. fridges with water and ice dispensers) following manufacture’s instructions.
  • disinfect water filtration devices following manufacture’s instructions.
  • run your water softener through a regeneration cycle following manufacture’s instructions.
  • drain and refill your hot water heater if it’s set below 45C
  • flush, drain, clean and sanitize your water tank (cistern)


The repair has been made and the water is back on, but due to the water break, a BOIL WATER ORDER has been issued until further notice.  This order may be in affect for 2-3 days.

Do not use the tap water to:
drink, prepare foods, make baby formula, make juice, make ice, wash fruits or vegetables, brush teeth, cook, give to your pet.

During a boil water advisory/order use boiled water, bottled water, or water from another safe public supply not affected by this order.

To boil water, bring it to a rolling boil for at LEAST 1 MINUTE.

For more information, click on Alberta Health Services link:

Boil Water Advisory How to Use Water Safely in Your Home (h) (2)