Water & Sewer


EPCOR Water Services Inc. is contracted by Red Deer County to operate and
maintain the water, wastewater and storm systems for certain communities
in the County.

for WATER & sewer utilitY LOCATES

Red Deer County does not subscribe to Alberta One Call. If you are in the following areas (Benalto, Spruce View, Springbrook, Gasoline Alley, Junction 42, and Lousana) please contact EPCOR Water (403-350-2161) to request line locates at least 24 hours in advance before you plan to work, to allow time to have all the utilities at the property located and marked. You may request a locate up to 14 days in advance. Requesting your locates early during busy Spring and Fall seasons will help ensure the locates have been completed when you are ready to start your work. In the case of Emergency Locates please contact 403-350-2150. For other utilities please contact Alberta One Call at: www.albertaonecall.com

Contact Us


    Ph: 403.755.8319 or 403.350.2150
    Fx: 403.346.9840

    Interactive Maps

Mandatory Water Conservation

Water restriction guidelines apply to areas in the County serviced with municipally supplied potable water, including Benalto, Spruce View, Springbrook, Junction 42 and Gasoline Alley. Restrictions are in effect yearly from May 1st to September 30th and will support water conservation efforts by setting a guideline for certain water use activities such as watering lawns, gardens, yards, or grounds.  Given the pending drought conditions in the Province of Alberta, this policy is currently under review.

Mandatory Water Conservation Policy HERE


Backflow poses a threat to our drinking water supply. Find out how the Cross Connection
Control Program can help your business minimize the risk to public health.

What is Cross Connection?
Cross Connection Brochure
FORM - Red Deer County Backflow Test Report

Lead in drinking water

EPCOR, the water service provider for Red Deer County, works around the clock to provide you with high quality water. In March 2019, Health Canada announced a new Guideline for drinking water quality that reduces the maximum acceptable concentration for lead in drinking water.

The drinking water in Red Deer County meets the Health Canada Guideline standards for lead levels while it is in the distribution system prior to entering your home or business; however, lead may be found in tap water in homes that have lead pipes or have household plumbing components or fixtures that contain lead.
Lead Information Brochure