Water conservation is important to everyone. Conserving water not only benefits our natural ecosystems, but also provides other benefits such as:
For more information on our region’s watersheds, visit the Metro Vancouver website or call 604-432-6200.
Coquitlam has many areas where the wilderness and urban development meet. This means that structures and vegetation are sufficiently close together that a wildfire may spread between the trees or vegetation and structures easily.
The goal of the Statistical Metering Study is to understand the range in residential water consumption, and to analyze the effectiveness of the water conservation program.
Making simple changes around your house can significantly lower your water usage.
Do you still own an old water wasting toilet in your home? Replace it with a water efficient model and get $100 taken off of your water utility bill!
You may apply for water exemption permits if you are dealing with nematodes treatments or have a new lawn.
Region-wide regulations are an effective way to help use our drinking water wisely and reduce demands during these drier months.