• Apr 27, 2021

    Watering restrictions in place as of May 1

    As we head into the summer months, the City of Campbell River reminds everyone to be aware of water use – and that stage one watering restrictions are back in effect.

    “With the arrival of warm weather, there’s always a jump in water demand, and the City is reminding property owners to be water aware and do your part by following the current stage one watering restrictions,” says Nathalie Viau, the City’s water manager. “Even with the water supply stored in the lakes behind Campbell River, the system of pipes and pumps limits how much water we can deliver throughout the community, and we need to have enough water available in the system for firefighting, so watering restrictions come into effect every year on May 1.”

    Watering restriction signs have been installed outside the Dogwood Operations Centre (Merecroft and Dogwood), and at Alder and Coronation. Read more...

Watering restrictions in place as of May 1

by Tanya Wood | Apr 27, 2021

As we head into the summer months, the City of Campbell River reminds everyone to be aware of water use – and that stage one watering restrictions are back in effect.

“With the arrival of warm weather, there’s always a jump in water demand, and the City is reminding property owners to be water aware and do your part by following the current stage one watering restrictions,” says Nathalie Viau, the City’s water manager. “Even with the water supply stored in the lakes behind Campbell River, the system of pipes and pumps limits how much water we can deliver throughout the community, and we need to have enough water available in the system for firefighting, so watering restrictions come into effect every year on May 1.”

Watering restriction signs have been installed outside the Dogwood Operations Centre (Merecroft and Dogwood), and at Alder and Coronation. Read more...