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Intercounty Drains

Intercounty Drains
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Intercounty Drains

County and intercounty drains play a key role in the development of agriculture, roads and highways, residential, and commercial properties by removing excess soil moisture, reducing flood impacts, and improving public health.

2021 Intercounty Drain Program Annual Report

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Public Meeting Notices

Public Meeting Notice: Milk River Intercounty Drain Board Meeting August 25, 2022 (Includes letter and agenda)

Public Meeting Notice: Riley and Dell Intercounty Drain Board Meeting September 20, 2022 (Includes letter and agenda)

Public Meeting Notice: Boulton Intercounty Drain Board Meeting August 22, 2022 (Includes letter and agenda)

Public Meeting Notice: Dead Creek Intercounty Drain Board Meeting August 22, 2022 (Includes letter and agenda)

Public Meeting Notice: Pinkham & Dead Creek Intercounty Drain Board Meeting August 22, 2022 (Includes letter and agenda)

Public Meeting Notice: Fox Intercounty Drain Board Meeting August 22, 2022 (Includes letter and agenda)

Public Meeting Notice: Branch #1 of Dead Creek Intercounty Drain Board Meeting August 22, 2022 (Includes letter and agenda)

Public Meeting Notice: Thetford & Arbela Intercounty Drain Board Meeting August 22, 2022 (Includes letter and agenda)

Public Meeting Notice: Dimond Intercounty Drain Board Meeting August 22, 2022 (Includes letter and agenda)

Public Meeting Notice: Mud Lake Intercounty Drain Board Meeting August 22, 2022 (Includes letter and agenda)

Public Meeting Notice: Duncan Lake Intercounty Drain Board Meeting August 22, 2022 (Includes letter and agenda)

Public Meeting Notice: Frost Intercounty Drain Board Meeting August 22, 2022 (Includes letter and agenda)

 Public Meeting Notice: Red Run Intercounty Drain Board Meetings for 2022