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The North Salt Spring Water District (NSSWD) is moving to Level 4 Watering Restrictions effective August 17, 2018. During Level 4 watering restrictions, only one hour of micro or drip irrigation and one hour of hand watering is permitted on watering days. Watering days are even dates for even numbered addresses and odd dates for [...]
The Province has raised the drought level for Salt Spring Island to Level 3. A press release was issued urging coastal British Columbian’s to conserve water. During a Level 3 drought, the provincial drought response plan calls for a voluntary 30% reduction in water consumption. Both the lack of rain and extremely hot weather reduce [...]
The District Moratorium Policy has been updated to provide more clarity for property owners. The terms and conditions of the policy remain unchanged. Click on the image to view the post and a link to the updated policy .
As of May 1, 2018 the seasonal metered rates are in effect as per bylaw 276. View/Download
St Mary Lake Hydrology 2017 Update St Mary Lake Watershed Water Availability and Demand – Climate Change Assessment 2017 Update: Kerr Wood Leidal; Craig Sutherland, M.Sc., P.Eng., May 2018
Today is World Water Day. This year’s theme – Nature for Water – explores how we can use nature to overcome the water challenges of the 21st century. Find more information on how you and others can help save our planet’s most precious resource at http://worldwaterday.org/
The winning entry was Designed by Lynne York of Studio 2901. Congratulations Lynne! Above - The new logo and Chairman, Marshall Heinekey presents Lynne with her prize package - a low flow toilet, rain-barrel and water-saver shower-head. Many thanks to all the designers for [...]
Logo Design Contest Win a Household Water Conservation Package February 10, 2018 - The entry deadline for this has now closed and we are no longer accepting submissions. The winner will be chosen February 22, 2018.