Alerts

Water Conditions

Watermain Flushing

October 28 8:30am - November 30 4:30pm, 2021

Watermain flushing is occuring on Whitesails Rd. 

While the water is not turned off during the flushing process, temporary water interruptions may occur and your water pressure could be low for periods of time. Every effort will be made to ensure that water quality is not affected, but some turbidity and higher than normal chlorine concentrations may be present for short periods of time. Running your tap briefly should clear this up.

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Road Conditions

Paving on Woods Rd

October 13, 2021 9:00am - 4:00pm

Contractors will be paving the far end of Woods Rd today and tomorrow. Please allow additional time for travel.

Road Conditions

Paving Grafton Rd at Grafton Lake

October 12 8:00am - October 13 4:00pm, 2021

Contractors will be paving Grafton Rd at the entrance to the new subdivision at Grafton Lake. Traffic will be single lane alternating. Please follow the directions of flaggers.

Road Conditions

Library sewer connection project

October 1 7:00am - November 5 12:00am, 2021

Construction on the Library sewer connection project at 430 Bowen Island Trunk Road is underway. The Library is open during regular hours while work is underway.

Check back for updates on sidewalk closures and traffic notices, or get updates on the Alertable app.

Questions? Please contact Public Works at 604-947-4255 or publicworks@bimbc.ca.

Fire Danger

Fire Danger Low

September 12 8:00am, 2021 - March 15 12:00am, 2022

The forest fire danger rating is currently LOW.

Read about restrictions based on fire danger rating here.

Water Conditions

Drinking water and persons with compromised immune systems

January 1 - December 31, 2021

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 2021-03-15 at 12:19 PM