On November 24, 2014 Halifax Water filed a 2 year rate application with the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (NSUARB). The rate application includes a request for an increase in water and wastewater rates. The rate application does not include an increase in stormwater rates. If approved, rates are scheduled to take effect May 1, 2015, and April 1, 2016.A public hearing before the NSUARB is scheduled for February 23-27, 2015. Click for more info...
NEW - Get Your Water Bill Online!
Halifax Water has teamed up with Canada Post to offer customers the ability to receive their water bill online. With Canada Post's epost, you can manage your bills online in one safe, secure place. Any time, anywhere! Click for more information...
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|Getting Connected||Sewer Backups||Regional Development Charge||Contact Us Before You Dig|
|Billing & Account Information||Wastewater and Stormwater Management||Stormwater Billing||Facilities & Infrastructure|
|Paying Your Bill||Harbour Solutions Project||Bennery Lake/Aerotech Rates & Fees||Cross Connection Control Program|
|Cancelling Services||N-Viro Soil Amendment Peer Review Study||2013 Rate Application (Urban Core)||Design and Construction Specifications 2014|
|Bulk Fill Stations||Pollution Prevention|
|Stormwater Inflow Reduction (SIR) Program||Cost of Service Study June 2011|
|System Capacity & Planning||Water, Wastewater, Stormwater Cost of Service Rate Design Manual|
|Source Water Protection||SNC Lavalin Report - Nov. 2011 - Cow Bay Road Drainage Investigation||Regulatory Compliance|
|Water Quality||Wastewater Treatment Facilities||Blue City: The Water Sustainable City of the Near Future|
|Geosmin Information||What should people NOT be flushing down their toilets or sinks?||
|Water & Your Health||
|Water Treatment Plants|
|Water Main Renewal Program|
Emergency Phone Numbers
WATER: 490-6940 SEWER & FLOODING: 311
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Chain of Lakes and Beechville, Lakeside, Timberlea Trails - Construction Updates:
In the spring of 2010 Halifax Water began working with the Salvation Army to establish a fund to assist Halifax Water customers who are truly in need and in April 1, 2011 the Help To Others Fund, or H2O Fund, was launched. Click for more information...