Our Mission

The Board of Trustees and Employees of the Mill Bay Waterworks District are committed to providing the best possible community water that meets or exceeds Canadian drinking water standards.

The District is committed to improving water quality and fire protection as well as promoting conservation.

 

Bill Payment Options

PLEASE NOTE:

Due to the recent change in our billing software, account numbers have been changed.  Please ensure when paying online that you change your account information for your water and parcel tax payments.

 

Interested in eBilling and Pre-Authorized Payments?  Looking for the most convenient way to pay your bill? We offer a wide variety of payment options to our customers. Simply choose the option that best suits your needs... Learn more...

Emergency?  Dial (250) 743-9023   &    select option 3

 

Reminders...

  • May 1, 2019Stage 1 Watering Restrictions  MBWD enters into Stage 1 Watering Restrictions each year on May 1.  Please refer to Watering Regulations for more information.
  • 2019 Parcel Taxes have been sent out. Due date for payment is August 31, 2019. If you are an ebilling customer, parcel tax bills are mandated to be mailed and not emailed.  Sorry for the inconvenience.

 

 

GENERAL EMAIL: MBWD@SHAW.CA

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2019 AGM Highlights

April 03, 2019

Mill Bay Waterworks District had their Annual General Meeting on March 28, 2019.  During the meeting, there were questions presented from the floor from the community members.  Below, find those questions and answers and other highlights from the meeting.

1.  Does MBWD have a financial contingency fund for the future?

Yes, MBWD has a contingency fund in the form of Capital and Renewal accounts.  These funds are strictly composed of the Parcel Tax and surplus revenues at the end of the fiscal year.  Project prioritization, infrastructure life span and inflation costs are all considered in the planning for the District's future.

2.  What was the $10,000 grant for shown in the 2018...

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