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East Side Water

The City’s New Loch Lomond Drinking Water Treatment Facility is now Delivering Safe, Clean Drinking Water. The east side drinking water system is supplied from the Loch Lomond and Latimer Lake wastersheds which include: Loch Lomond Lakes, Robertson Lake, Latimer Lake and other smaller lakes.  The new water treatment facility services all drinking water customers east of the Reversing Falls Bridge (with the expception of the Harbourview Subdivision).  The facility has the capacity of producing 75 million litres of safe, clean drinking water per day.  The three storage reservoirs have a capacity of 33 million liters.

                                   THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

 

About Your New Water - (August 31, 2018)

News Releases

August 31, 2018 - Thirsty? Turn on your tap! The City's New Loch Lomond Drinking Water Treatment Facility is now Delivering Safe, Clean Drinking Water to Customers

April 11, 2018 - Plumbing Permit Fee Waived for Water Softener Installations and Rebate Program in Effect

March 27, 2018 - Transitional Treatment Phase to Begin for East Saint John Water 

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General Information and Updates

Project Update to Common Council - July 9, 2018

Watch the recorded council presentation on RogersTV(begins at 2:34:55)

Project Update for all Customers on the East Drinking Water System
Map of distribution system
Notice to Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Customers -
Loch Lomond/Latimer Lake Drinking Water Supply
Water Treatment Process
Water Quality Parameters During Transition Phases

March 26, 2018

Report to Common Council and Appendix 1
Presentation to Common Council