Water and Sewer
Water and Sewer Services are Billed Monthly
• Monthly water charges: Per 1000 gallons $13.00 (with a minimum charge of $39.00 per 3000 gallons)
• Sewer $28.00 (varies with commercial)
• Garbage $19.00 (residential only)
eNotices Now available for Utility Billing
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TOWN OF GULL LAKE 2019 WATERWORKS FINANCIAL OVERVIEW
Total Waterworks Revenues $345,761
Total Waterworks Expenditures $308,294
Total Waterworks Debt Repayment $0
Comparison of waterworks to expenditures plus debt payments, expressed as a ratio:
$345,761 = 1.12
Reserves available for waterworks capital infrastructure: $269,001.38
Additional information required pursuant to Section 54 of The Municipalities Regulations is available at the Town Office.
Outside Water Restrictions
Outside water restrictions are in effect: EVEN numbered houses may water on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY; ODD numbered houses may water on TUESDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAY. NO WATERING ON SUNDAY. Any person who violates the provisions of the bylaw shall be subject to termination of water service, and a fee of $100 shall be paid prior to the reinstatement of services.
Drinking-Water Quality and Compliance Report for 2018
HIGH WATER BILL?
Do you think your water bill is high? Did you know 90% of high water bills are due to toilet leaks?
Slow, silent drips of water can add up quickly. A toilet that continues to run can waste thousands of liters of water each year and can surprise you with a significantly higher water bill!
Sometimes you may have a leak and may not even know it.
Check to see if you have a toilet or water leak:
1. Locate the water meter. Water meters have numbers or spinning dials that record water usage. Most also have a low-flow indicator (small red arrow or line), which senses any volume of water consumed. When water is running, the low-flow indicator should spin.
2. Turn off every item inside and outside the home or building that consumes water.
3. Check the meter. Watch the meter for a minute or more. If the low-flow indicator is moving, you have a leak.