Operational Services


Sewage Lagoon Reclamation


In a move made mandatory by the provincial government, the Town of Innisfail in 2015 tied in to the South Red Deer Regional Wastewater System. As a result, the Town’s sewage lagoons were no longer needed.

In the same year, work began to reclaim the land on which the lagoons were located, in a process that was slated to last three years. Once the reclamation process has concluded, the land will be developed as an industrial park, opening up nearly 60 acres for future industrial subdivision.

The project is seen as a critical investment for future economic development in the Town of Innisfail. 

Sanitary Dump Station


A new RV Sanitary Dumping Facility was constructed to replace two existing stations in the Town of Innisfail. The new facility is situated at the corner of 54 Street and 52 Avenue.

Four concrete islands/bays were installed. Each is equipped with a pay station and water outlet.

Highway 54 Berm


As traffic levels on Highway 54 on the west side increase, so too will concerns about traffic-related noise from nearby residents. In 2015, funds were allocated for the design of a berm that would be capable of providing a buffer from this noise.

The berm is being constructed along Highway 54 between 42 Street and Napoleon Lake.

54 Street & 50 Avenue Intersection


Previously, 56 Street in Innisfail was blocked off at the intersection of 50 Avenue and 49A Avenue. Eastbound traffic on 56 Street was diverted south onto 50 Avenue toward 54 Street.

To make it easier for traffic from the Hazelwood and Upland Aspen subdivisions and adjacent residential areas to travel from the west side to the east side of town, the intersection was reconfigured to allow free flow from 56 Street to 49A Avenue. As well, stop control was added at 50 Avenue southbound.