Fire Danger

Fire Danger Low

September 21 8:00am, 2020 - March 1 12:00am, 2021

The forest fire danger rating is currently LOW.

Read about restrictions based on fire danger rating here.

Water Conservation

Eagle Cliff water system: Stage 4 water conservation

September 18 - 30, 2020

Due to a continuous decrease of the reservoir’s water level, it is strongly recommended that all Eagle Cliff Water Users follow Stage 4 of the Water Conservation Guidelines. The reservoir level is lower than it should be at this time of year, and until we receive substantial rainfall we recommend that all Eagle Cliff Water Users follow Stage 4.

Questions? Please contact Public Works at 604-947-4255.

Water Conservation

Bluewater Park Stage 4 Water Conservation

August 18 - September 15, 2020

Due to ongoing hot and dry weather conditions and the water supply challenges that the BWP Water System is experiencing, staff recommend that Bluewater Park water users follow Stage 4.

While Stage 4 prohibits all outdoor use of water, we recognize that every household’s water usage patterns are different and therefore we only recommend that watering of vegetable gardens is reduced to the absolute minimum and by hand only – not entirely prohibited.

Read the news release.

Questions? Please contact Public Works at 604-947-4255.

Water Conservation

King Edward Bay: Stage 2 water conservation

August 7 - 31, 2020

Due to decreasing rainfall in July and higher residential water usage, it is strongly recommended that all water users in King Edward Bay follow Stage 2 of the Water Conservation Guidelines.


Road Conditions

Roadworks on Miller Rd

August 5 8:00am - September 15 4:00pm, 2020

Construction on Miller Road at Killarney Creek. Traffic will be single-lane, alternating direction. Please follow the directions of traffic control personnel and electronic signage. Allow up to five minutes delay at the work site location. 

8:00 am to 4:00 pm
August 5, 2020 to September 15, 2020

Water Conservation

Stage 1 Water Conservation

May 1 - September 30, 2020

As of May 1, the following Municipal water systems are at Stage 1 of the Water Conservation Guidelines:

Bowen Bay
Cove Bay
Hood Point
Tunstall Bay


Water Conditions

Drinking water and persons with compromised immune systems

January 1 - December 31, 2020

The Provincial Health Officer advises all British Columbians with compromised immune systems (such as HIV, organ or bone transplants, chemotherapy or medications that suppress the immune system) to avoid drinking water from any surface water or ground water that is under the influence of surface water, unless it has been boiled, filtered, distilled or treated with UV. Bowen Island and other areas in British Columbia use surface water sources (lakes, rivers, streams). This is not a general boil-water advisory for the general public, but rather is directed only at persons with compromised immune systems.  If in doubt about your immune system status, please discuss this further with your physician.

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Last Updated on 2017-05-08 at 12:46 PM