Calgary Flood Travel Updates
Update, July 4, 2013:
On the afternoon of July 4, 2013, the city of Calgary lifted the local state of emergency. For up to date information please visit the City of Calgary News Blog.
On June 20, 2013, heavy rainfall and meltwater combined causing the Bow and Elbow rivers to overflow resulting in floods in Canmore, Kananaskis, High River, Calgary and surrounding Alberta communities.
Our thoughts and best wishes go first and foremost to the people of the communities gravely affected by the events throughout the region. Calgary is recovering thanks to the tireless efforts of our first responders, our volunteers and the contributions of our whole community. In a time of crisis, Calgary is showing its true colors by pulling together for those in need.
As these areas work to recover from the floods, we understand that visitors have already arrived or are planning to arrive very soon. Please visit our FAQ section and local resources below for information and updates on the current situation.
Calgary Travel Resources - Quick Links
- Frequently Asked Questions for Travellers
- Calgary Tourism Business Operational Status
- Calgary City News Blog
- City of Calgary Updates
- Calgary Airport Authority
- Alberta Flood Crisis Map
- Calgary Transit
- Calgary Stampede Updates
- Calgary Parks
- Alberta AMA Road Reports
If you have questions, please call the Calgary Visitor Information Centre at (403) 735-1234 or Travel Alberta Information Centre at (403) 735-7537. Visitor Centres are open between 9am - 6pm MST.