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North Red Deer River Water Services Commission


The North Red Deer River Water Services Commission is a regional commission established in accordance with the Municipal Government Act and the North Red Deer River Water Services Commission Regulation. The Commission was established in 2004.

The purpose of the Commission to transport potable water from the City of Red Deer via a 50 km transmission line to municipal commission members.  The member municipalities include the Town of Ponoka, the City of Lacombe, the Town of Blackfalds, Lacombe County and Ponoka County.

The Commission first began operations supplying water to its member municipalities in the summer of 2006 and today supplies over 2.8 million cubic metres of drinking water.