Welcome to the CRSWSC

The CRSWSC water infrastructure serves the potable water needs of the City of Leduc, Camrose County, Leduc County (including the Hamlet of New Sarepta), Town of Beaumont, Town of Calmar, the Village of Hay Lakes and most recently, the Town of Millet. EPCOR supplies the CRSWSC from two major water treatment plants, E.L. Smith and Rossdale, both located in the City of Edmonton and sourcing water from the North Saskatchewan River.

Over fifty years ago, the Strathcona-Leduc Water Board was formed to meet the Federal Government’s need for potable water at the, then proposed, new International Airport. On September 1, 1984, the CRSWSC was formed under Alberta Regulation 292/84 and took ownership, operations and maintenance over from the previous Water Board facilities as well as the newer supply lines to Calmar and Beaumont.

In 2009, the regulation was modified by Order-in-Council 279/09 when transmission lines began construction to service the Hamlet of New Sarepta (Leduc County) and the Village of Hay Lakes (Camrose County). These services became fully operational in May of 2010. The Town of Millet recently became a member municipality, with waterline service becoming operational in April 2017. 



Several appurtenances have been installed along the alignment of the newly constructed Millet waterline. These appurtenances include new culverts, manholes, water blow-off assemblies, signage and marker posts. As the alignment of the waterline is primarily located in the ditch systems along various County Roads, these appurtenances are located in areas that may be routes traversed occasionally by members of the agricultural community, County and City maintenance staff, and/or recreational vehicle users.

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CRSWSC 2016 Annual Report

CRSWSC 2016 Annual Report

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