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The City of Calgary, City of Airdrie and Rocky View County founded the NCWP in December 1998. Later, the Calgary Airport Authority joined the partnership.

Representatives from the various jurisdictions within the Nose Creek Watershed make up the Partnership and oversee implementation of the Watershed Management Plan.

Rocky View County

RVC_CMYK_Stacked_LG-01 Contact Rocky View County to report a concern regarding the watershed; to ask about the County’s role in the partnership or to ask what lands within the county fall under the Nose Creek Watershed Management Plan.

Call – 403 230 1401

Visit the Watershed Page of the Rocky View County website for information specific to watersheds within the county.

The City of Calgary

Contact The City of Calgary to report a concern regarding the watershed or to ask what lands within the city fall under the Nose Creek Watershed Management Plan.

Call 311.

Visit the Water Services section of  The City of Calgary website for information about water services, watershed protection, household tips and more.

City of Airdrie

ARD_Logo_PMS294_873Contact the City of Airdrie to learn more about plans and policies for the Nose Creek corridor or to inquire about the lands within the City that fall under the Nose Creek Watershed Management Plan.

Call 403-948-8800  (Planning Dept.)

Visit the City of Airdrie website for information on environmental protection, sustainability, riparian management and stormwater management.

Calgary Airport Authority

YYC Authority (TM) Aviation partners or the public can contact the Calgary Airport Authority if you have questions related to environmental protection.

Call Calgary Airport Authority Environmental Services (403) 735-1200 or visit the Calgary Airport website.

Town of Crossfield

Town of Crossfield

The Town of Crossfield Municipal Development plan states that shall demonstrate environmental stewardship in collaboration with the Nose Creek Watershed Partnership, and Rocky View County, by monitoring and assisting in the protection of water quality and flows, which may affect the major creeks that flow north and south from Crossfield.

Bow River Basin Council

The Bow River Basin Council (BRBC) is a collaborative and multi-stakeholder, charitable organization that is dedicated to conducting activities and programs that encourage and advance the enjoyment, learning, and protection of the waters of the Bow River Basin.