2015 Annual Water Quality Report Now Available
We are in Stage One - May 1, 2016
Watering Restrictions are now in effect!
2016 Waterwise Workshops
A well designed waterwise garden and properly installed and maintained irrigation system will help you save water! Learn how to be a waterwise gardener, and register today!
Irrigation and Landscape Rebate
You can get a $500 rebate when you spend $1500 on upgrading on your automatic irrigation system with a certified irrigation contractor and a $250 rebate when you replace your turf with water wise plants or amend your soils. Download the application form now.
For a list of waterwise plants please refer to the Landscape and Irrigation Guide to Water Efficiency.
Residents living in the Clearbrook Waterworks District (CWWD) are not eligible for rebates.
Bevan Avenue Wells Operation Commencement Notice
The City of Abbotsford has a permit to run four drinking water wells at the southwest corner of Mill Lake Park in order to meet the demand for water during the summer months. This is now in place for the summer of 2016.
A total of 2,505 million litres of water may be drawn from these wells annually, between May and September until December 31, 2016. This program is permitted under the terms of Environmental Assessment Certificate W11-01.
For more information, please contact
Water Conservation Program Coordinator
City of Abbotsford Engineering Department
Smart Wash Rebate Program
Receive up to a $200 rebate May 1 to June 30, 2016 on a qualifying Energy Star washing machine. View the Smart Wash Rebate Program page for more information.
Upgrade to Cannell Lake Water Treatment
The Cannell Lake water treatment station on Cannell Lake Road is being upgraded to add ultraviolet disinfection and to replace the aging chlorine disinfection equipment.
A new building will be constructed to include the new UV and chlorination equipment. BC Hydro will be installing a new 3-phase power supply to the site.
Construction is expected to begin in January 2016 and be complete by the end of 2016 or early 2017. Steelhead residents may notice increased traffic along Ainsworth Street during this period.
This is a joint Abbotsford Mission Water & Sewer Commission project and will benefit water customers in both Abbotsford and Mission.
Detailed project information is available on the Cannell Lake Water Treatment Plant Project FAQ sheet