WATERING RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE Please do not wash driveways, cars, boats, structures. Do not use sprinklers. Hand watering only for 1 hour per day, 3 days per week. No filling of hot tubs, pools or water features.
The next Trustee meeting has been scheduled for Sep 10, 2021.
The Trustees have approved a 5% increase to water usage tolls effective 1 March, 2021. 2021 Parcel Tax will be unchanged at $500.00 per parcel.
It is highly recommended that residents who have substantial gardening should consider rainwater capture systems. More under the Water Conservation tab
Payments can now be made using Interac bank transfers. Please check the Billing page for more details.
Residences are reminded about the requirement to close their shut-off valve at the street if they will be absent for more than 3 days.
PRESENCE OF TRIHALOMETHANE — Bromine in the water supply and use of chlorine for disinfectant can result in the presence of by-products known as Tri-halomethanes (THM). Prior to 2019 THM levels sometimes exceeded the Guideline for Canadian Drinking Water Quality issued by Health Canada. Residents concerned about THMs in their water should consider an alternative source for drinking water or treat by boiling, or with activated carbon or other certified point-of-use filtration.
SODIUM LEVELS — Sodium is a naturally occurring element in our well water. The levels of sodium exiting the treatment plants are within established limits, but can exceed the alert level for people on sodium restricted diets. It is recommended that such people use an alternative source for drinking water.