The spring thaw flooding is getting worse and closer to Calgary.
For contact information on areas impacted by overland flooding or high water levels, check https://t.co/Dms1ioiZXY for details.
— 511 Alberta (@511Alberta) April 23, 2018
The village of Beiseker, north of the city, has issued a state of local emergency.
Red Deer County has also issued an alert, along with Kneehill County, on the east side of the QE2, where a flood watch is also in effect for streams in the area.
Several rural municipalities south of Calgary have had local states of emergency for days as warm weather causes the heavy snow from the winter to melt rapidly, turning farmers fields into lakes and washing out roads.
Visit http://www.emergencyalert.alberta.ca/ for the latest information on this developing situation across the province.