Water Distribution & Conservation:
Note: Odd watering days begin with the first day of the month, even with the second, and are based on whether or not your address is odd or even numbered.
Bylaw 271 – Subdivision Water Regulations Bylaw
Bylaw 272 – Bare-Land Strata Subdivision Water Regulations Bylaw
Bylaw 274 – Overview of Bylaw 274’s conservation levels
Bylaw 274 – Water Distribution Bylaw 2016*
Bylaw 279 – Taxation Bylaw 2017
Bylaw 278 – Assessment Bylaw
Bylaw 276 – Water Tolls Bylaw 2016
Bylaw 273 – Taxation Bylaw 2016
Bylaw 269 – Comprehensive Capital Expenditure Charge (Water) Bylaw 269
Bylaw 266 – Taxation Bylaw 2015
Bylaw 264 – St. Mary Treatment Plant Borrowing Bylaw
Did You Know?
Did you know that in addition to complying with bylaws established by the Islands Trust and/or the CRD, property owners in the NSSWD must also comply with the District’s bylaws for Subdivision (#s 271 & 272) and Water Distribution (#274)? Bylaw #274 includes governance of changes to water use on a property. For example, if you are planning to change the current use of your property, perhaps by adding a business such as a B&B/AirBnB, or subdividing your lot, you must apply to the District and have all changes in use approved by the Board of Trustees. The District works closely with the Building Inspection office and the Islands Trust planning department to ensure that the current moratorium on additional demand is maintained.
Letters Patent – North Salt Spring Waterworks District