Gold Medal Winner of the 2008 and 2009 and 2014 Award for Best Tasting Tap Water in the World in the Annual Berkeley Springs Water Tasting Competition.
Mark your calendar!
The Clearbrook Waterworks District's Annual General Meeting
will be held on Tuesday, March 3rd at 6:30 pm
in the Azalea Room at
Garden Park Tower, 2825 Clearbrook Road.
We are looking forward to seeing you there!
Clearbrook Waterworks has not endorsed the free water analysis currently being offered to residents in the Clearbrook area. Your award-winning water does not require any treatment. Please see our annual water quality report on this website for further information.
Nomination submissions for Trustee vacancies are now closed.
Clearbrook Waterworks District
would like to welcome Mr. Paul Leppky
to the Board of Trustees!
E-Billing is here!
You can register for this paperless billing option by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line of "sign me up" and your account number in the e-mail.
If you sign up for E-billing please add email@example.com to your safe senders list. Then watch for your quarterly invoice. They are sent out March, June September and December each year.
Have you ever considered becoming a volunteer for CWD?
Give us a call at 604-850-6621
Clearbrook Waterworks District wishes to make all ratepayers aware of the following recommendations from Fraser Health for all water consumers: Metals in Drinking water - "Flush" Message!
Anytime the water in a particular faucet has not been used for six hours or longer, "flush" your cold-water pipes by running water until you notice a change in temperature. (This could take as little as five to thirty seconds if there has been recent heavy water use such as showering or toilet flushing. Otherwise, it could take two minutes or longer.) The more time water has been sitting in your home's pipes, the more lead it may contain.
Use only water from the cold-water tap for drinking, cooking, and especially for making baby formula. Hot water is likely to contain higher levels of lead.
The two actions recommended above are very important to the health of your family. They will probably be effective in reducing leads levels because most of the lead in household water usually comes from the plumbing in your house, not from the local water supply.
Conserving water is still important. Rather than just running water down the drain you could use the water for things such as watering your plants.
The bills for 2014 will be sent out quarterly at the end of March, June, September and December.
Water bills can be paid by Pre-Authorized Debit, online banking, Interac, cheque, cash, Visa or MasterCard. Payments are also accepted at all major Canadian financial Institutions.