Some of Strathmore’s most recognizable features are the various wetlands and water features located throughout the Town.  The Town has recognized the importance of these features, not only for their natural and environmental benefits, but also for the significant role they play in defining Strathmore within the region.
 
In recognition of the environmental significance of these wetland areas, a Wetland Conservation Plan (2005) and a Wetland Conservation Policy (2007) were adopted by Council.  Both documents are attached below.
 
More information about Wetlands can also be found in Strathmore’s Municipal Development Plan (2014).
 
 
Strathmore Wetland Conservation Policy 2007
Strathmore Wetland Conservation Plan 2005
 
For any further questions, please contact Planning & Development at (403) 934-3133.
 

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