Analysis of Potential Demand from Undeveloped Properties – January 15, 2019 – This report estimates the potential increase in demand for water within the NSSWD that would result if each undeveloped property entitled to water service per the moratorium policy and each developed property that does not currently use water were to consume the typical volume [...]
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Noon on Thursday January 10, 2019 marked the end of the nomination period for the North Salt Spring Waterworks District by election. Mr. Gagne was the only person nominated for the Trustee position. We are pleased to welcome our new Trustee to the Board of North Salt Spring Waterworks District. As the Trustee position was [...]
Meter reading for Nov and Dec, 2018 has been completed. Water consumption toll bills will be sent out early in the week of January 14, 2019. Contact our office if you have not received your toll bill by the end of February, 2019.
Your parcel tax assessment notice from North Salt Spring Waterworks District has been sent on December 7, 2018. Assessment notices are sent by mail only. The parcel tax assessment notice describes how your property is classified for taxation by North Salt Spring Waterworks District (NSSWD). Your parcel tax assessment notice from NSSWD is separate from [...]
As of Nov 1, 2018, seasonal metered rates are in effect as per bylaw 276. Metered rates are planned to remain the same for the 2019 year. View/Download
In 2016/17, the NSSWD reviewed all parcel tax classifications and amended taxation rates with the goal of assuring fairness to all ratepayers while addressing the financial needs of the District. In 2017, Brinkworthy Properties Ltd. petitioned the Supreme Court of BC to review the parcel tax assessment and taxation bylaws, and determine if the NSSWD [...]
Effective immediately, the NSSWD is moving to Level 1 watering restrictions. Click here to learn how you can use your water in Level 1. The St. Mary Lake weather station has received 64.5 mm of rain since September 1, 2018 and the provincial government has reduced the regional drought level to Level 2. The NSSWD [...]
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 .