Locating utility lines
Locating underground County infrastructure utility lines
If you are building a deck or fence, re-building a driveway or planting trees, please refer to the following information to prevent damage to the County utility lines:
- Strathcona County is now part of Alberta One Call. Call 1-800-242-3447 or click to submit your locate request. Water, sewer and sump collector lines on public property up to and including the curb cock valve will be located.
- The water and sewer lines are not necessarily in a straight trench to the house or building. To have a private water line located, homeowners are advised to contact a private contractor offering this type of service.
- The water and sewer service lines were extended from the curb cock valve location to the house by the home builder. There are no records maintained on where these lines are installed.
- Strathcona County will locate sump collector lines on private property that were installed by the County during the third pipe installation program.
- Curb cocks located in driveways will require a plastic casing before concrete is poured. If the homeowner is proposing any grading alterations or hard surfacing on the property in the area of the curb cock, Water and Wastewater Services will adjust the curb cock vertically to match the finished surface elevation.
- All locates are normally completed within three business days barring an emergency or unforeseen circumstances.
- County-owned streetlights, traffic signals and fibre optic lines locates are also included in Alberta One Call.
Utility companies request permission to utilize County land to install lines and provide services to site customers.
|Water and Wastewater||Strathcona County 780-467-7785|
|Rural Water Mains|
Highway 14 Regional Water Services Commission (formerly CU Water)
Josephburg Water Co-op
Estate Point aux Pins Water Co-op
North Rural Services Area
Strathcona County 780-467-7785
*Capital Region Northeast Water Services Commission
**Capital Region Vegreville Corridor Water Services
Call Before you Dig (Alberta One Call)