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Posted on: September 9, 2022

Scheduled water shut offs in Anglemont

A person holding a sponge under a tap that isn't running

Update: Friday, September 9

A project to replace some of the aging water service components in Anglemont means some residents will experience temporary water service outages to residences in the affected areas.

In general, the water shuts downs are in effect from 7 AM to 5 PM, however, these may start later in the morning or be off longer in the evening, if there are unexpected complications. 

Upcoming Anglemont Water Shut Downs September 12 - 15:

Monday, Sept 12, 2022

Time:  7 AM to 5 PM

  • 7527 Anglemont Way
  • 7522 to 7570 Crowfoot - EVEN numbers only
  • 2585 and 2677 Vickers Trail ODD numbers only
  • No hydrants or traffic affected

Tuesday Sept 13, 2022

Time:  7 AM to 5 PM

  • 7582 - 7697 Mountain Drive
  • 2690 Abbey Place
  • Two fire hydrants in Mountain Drive affected and traffic will be reduced to one-lane in the areas of work.

Wednesday Sept 14, 2022

Time:  7 AM to 5 PM

  • 7660 & 7666 Lichen Road
  • One fire hydrant affected and road will be closed to traffic

If required, shutdowns for Thursday, September 15 and Friday, September 16 will be posted next week.



Original post - September 2, 2022

A project to replace some of the aging water service components in Anglemont means some residents will experience temporary water service outages to residences in the affected areas.

In general, the water shuts downs are in effect from 7 AM to 5 PM, however, these may start later in the morning or be off longer in the evening, if there are unexpected complications. 

Upcoming Anglemont Water Shut Downs:

Tuesday, September 6, 2022

  • 7650 to 7697 Mountain Drive

Time:  8 AM to 5 PM

Wednesday and Thursday, September 7 - 8, 2022

  • 7578 - 7644 Mountain Drive
  • 2690 Abbey Lane

Time: 7 AM to 5 PM.

Thursday and Friday, September 8 - 9, 2022

  • 7523 Crowfoot
  • 2725 Vickers
  • 2658 - 2818 Vickers Trail - EVEN numbers only
  • 7621 7673 Hudson Road - ODD numbers only

Time: 7 AM to 5 PM.

Traffic should not be affected.

Residents are advised to store enough water to exceed their needs during that time period. This is in case the water service interruption is longer than noted.

For drinking water, a good rule of thumb is to have approximately four litres of drinking water per person, per day. A good place to store water for the day is in the bathtub.

Once the water is off, a toilet will have one more flush because of the stored water in the toilet tank. After that, use buckets of stored water to flush toilets. A toilet will flush when a bucket of water (equivalent to approximately four litres of water) is dumped into the bowl.

Please do not use appliances that require water, including washing machines and dishwashers, during the shut-down hours.

Residents should also ensure that hot water tanks do not drain, as this could cause damage to the heating element.

Once service is restored, residents may notice discoloration from sediment in the water system. Discolored water comes from sediment getting stirred up when the water is turned on after an outage.This discoloration is not harmful, as the water has been disinfected. Air may also be present in piping. Running a garden hose or cold water bathtub faucet for several minutes should eliminate both air and discoloration.


For any other information, please call the CSRD at 250-832-8194.

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