The Hood Point water system services about 100 users in the Hood Point neighbourhood.
Water for the Hood Point system is supplied from Honeymoon Lake. Water is treated in a filtration and disinfection facility, using rapid sand filtration, UV disinfection and chlorination. Treated water is stored in a 50,000 iGal concrete tank. The water is tested for chlorine residuals every day and samples are sent to Vancouver Coastal Health once a week.
Help us contact you quickly if we discover a leak
Bowen Island Municipality is currently dealing with leaks at some properties in Municipal water systems. We make every effort to contact the property owners, however in many cases we only have mailing addresses.
Please provide your contact information so that we can contact you by phone or e-mail if we discover high water usage on your water meter.
If BIM identifies a leak, every effort will be taken to contact the property owner. If the property owner cannot be contacted, water will be turned off at the property.
The annual water charge for Hood Point is $882 as per the Hood Point Water Rates Bylaw. Water bills that remain unpaid after December 31 will be transferred to the property tax account and accrue interest as of January 1 the following year.
How to get involved?
The Hood Point Water System Local Advisory Committee has advisory powers to Council regarding water system issues, and also reviews the operating and capital budgets for the utility. The Committee meets periodically, including an annual information meeting where any users of the Bowen Bay Water System are welcome to attend.