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Flood Renewal & Resources

The Town of High River continues to work with the Government of Alberta and our partners to rebuild and recover from the June flood. Residents, business owners and property owners are encouraged to visit this page often for information and news related to flood recovery, mitigation and renewal programs, services and initiatives.

Please follow the Town's official Facebook page and Twitter feed for up-to-date information and communications.

For news and updates check out the latest issue of the Town Crier (February 27, 2015)


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Mould education

Mould education sessions planned for March

Bow Valley College, in cooperation with the Town of High River, is hosting several mould education sessions with expertise provided by Alberta Health Services. The sessions will be held on:

• Monday, Mar. 2 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

• Monday, Mar. 9 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

• Wednesday, Mar. 18 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Any residents with questions relating to mould in their homes are encouraged to attend one of the sessions. There is no cost to attend but registration is required.

Questions that will be discussed include:

• What should I do if I suspect there is a mould issue in my home?

• How can I identify if I have a mould issue?

• Should I have mould testing done?

• How can I mitigate mould issues?

• Are there any health issues associated with mould?

• If I am hiring a consultant, what should I look for?

Classes are limited to 18 participants. Additional classes may be held on future dates depending on demand for this course.

This session will be held at Bow Valley College (2nd Floor, 710 Centre Street S.E.) in High River. To register call 403-441-2399, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or in-person at Bow Valley College. 

Click here for Alberta Health Services mould information


Disaster Recovery Program

Disaster Recovery Program

Please visit the Disaster Recovery Program page

Health & Counselling

Health & Counselling

High River health resources

Charles Clark Health Clinic

The Charles Clark Health Centre has re-opened at its location at 303 9 Avenue SW. Current patients can once again make appointments by calling 403-652-2929. Elevators are not operational, but any patients unable to use the stairs will be treated on the main floor.

Residents without a doctor are encouraged to visit urgent care at the High River Hospital.

Family and Community Support Services

The FCSS Resource Centre serves as a community hub for resources and support; FCSS is the starting point for accessing community supports and resources and staff are often the first point of contact for community members looking for information, assistance, or support. View Community Supports & Services Guide and the Referral & Resource Guide. There is also a special resource guide for Seniors.

More High River Community Support Services

Mental Health Supports 

High River Free Counselling Centre 

Clients are welcome to drop-in during office hours or book an appointment through the call centre (403) 691-5991.

Unit 101, 122 4 Ave S.W.

Hours of Operation:
Wednesday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. 
Thursday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. 
Saturday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Grief and trauma are natural responses to the many losses people experience as a result of a natural disaster.  Although normal, these responses can feel overwhelming. If you would like to receive counselling or mental health support, please view this full listing of mental health supports available>>

Photos and Video

Photos and Video

Flood Mitigation in High River: Question and Answer 

Manager of renewal operations answers questions about dikes and flood mitigation in High River. Information as of June 23, 2014.

2013 Flood Model (Preliminary Approximation) 

Recent changes to the Disaster Recovery Program - May 8, 2014

For more video updates, please visit the Mayor's Update page



Town Office

309B MacLeod Trail SW
High River, AB   T1V 1Z5
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Phone: 403.652.2110
Fax: 403.652.2396

Bob Snodgrass RecPlex

24hr Info: 403.652.4041
Inquiries: 403.652.4042 

Phone: 403.652.8620

Culture Centre

Phone: 403.603.3502

Parent Link Centre

Phone: 403.652.8633

Business & Tourism
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Phone: 403.652.8622
Fax: 403.652.2990 
Visitor Information Centre
Phone: 1.877.603.3101
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Phone: 403.652.4657
Operations Emergency Numbers
Roads: 403.601.1258
Water & Sewer: 403.652.6353


Bylaw Services
Phone: 403.601.8696
Fire Department
Phone: 403.652.3774
Phone: 403.652.2357
Emergencies: 403.652.2356
Emergency Management
Phone: 403.652.6960