Water & Utilities

Water conservation is everybody's business.

The Water & Utilities department ensures that regional water & wastewater infrastructure meets current standards and practices; operates code-compliant systems; and responds to any questions, concerns and issues as they arise.

Residents and business owners who are connected to municipal water & wastewater systems are billed monthly for these services. A new usage-based billing formula was introduced by the MD on September 1, 2022.

Water & Utilities Services and Resources

Electronic Billing

ELECTRONIC BILLING

A convenient paper-free option

Infratructure Upgrades

INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADES

Water & wastewater improvements

Utility Rate Changes

UTILITY RATE CHANGES

MD adopts usage-based billing
Water Conservation

WATER CONSERVATION

Explore 100 ways to conserve water
Water Conservation

100 ways
TO CONSERVE WATER

An average household will run about 650 pump cycles per year. Over time, above average water usage may cause premature wear of the pump. A leaky toilet, for example, can cause approximately 440 extra pump cycles per year, cutting the life expectancy of your pump considerably.

SEE THE WAYS

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Featured Community Events

Calendar Social Inclusion
Date 10.28.2022 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

The Social Inclusion program is a safe place for adults and teens living with a disability or barrier to interact with others and get creative.

ASB Fall Social
11.04.2022 5:00 pm

The Lesser Slave River ASB is proud to host its 18th annual Fall Social. Got your tickets?

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