NO WATERING RESTRICTIONS CURRENTLY IN EFFECT
There are currently no watering restrictions in effect in the City of Campbell River. Stage 2 restrictions were lifted on October 1, 2023.
Residents and businesses are encouraged to continue water conservation practices even when watering restrictions aren’t in place. Learn more about water conservation in Campbell River, including outdoor and Indoor Water Use Tips.
WATERING RESTRICTIONS IN EFFECT MAY 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30
During late spring and summer, Campbell River has two distinct periods throughout the day where water demand can surpass the production limit of our water distribution and disinfection facilities.
The watering restrictions will allow for more consistent water usage and decrease probability of surpassing the production limit.
The watering restrictions bylaw is a first step to water conservation. There are many other ways to improve water efficiency outdoors.
Residential Lawn Watering/Irrigation Schedule
Watering Restrictions (during Stage 2)
Residential watering is permitted from 5 to 9 a.m. and 7 to 10 p.m.
- Even-numbered address: Mondays
- Odd-numbered address: Thursdays
Non-residential watering is permitted 1 to 5 a.m.
- Even-numbered address: Wednesdays
- Odd-numbered address: Tuesdays
Properties are considered non-residential if watering of common areas is controlled by a central system or strata and not the individual units or residents.
Watering gardens, trees, shrubs and lawns by hand or with a spring-loaded type nozzle with automatic shut-off connected to hose is allowed at any time during the day in all watering restriction stages.
Questions? Call the City of Campbell River water hotline at 250-203-2316 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org