Storm & Sewer Reconnections

All residents rebuilding their homes are encouraged to take proactive measures to ensure their water and sewer services are in good working order and that reconnections are done properly.

Debris Removal

Some of these connections may have become blocked with fire-related debris in all fire-damaged areas of our community. To ensure all water connections are clear of debris, the Municipality will be doing verifications at the curb stops of fire-damaged properties, usually located at a home's property line.

Homeowners will be required to remove any material, including backfill, construction supplies and fire-related debris, that may have been placed over their curb stops.

Residents are encouraged to have a contractor run a camera inside all connections before the lines are put back in service to ensure there are no blockages elsewhere in the lines. If blockages are not cleared, the lines will back-up into the property, leaving residents with a clean-up that is both time-consuming and costly.

Homeowners are also required to repair any curb stops that are found to have been damaged during the demolition or rebuild of their home.

Utility Connection (UC) Permits

Contractors may accidentally cross-connect storm and sewer pipes in Stone Creek, Parsons Creek North and Walnut Crescent, as these areas have three-connection services. Residents must work with their contractor to ensure a UC permit is obtained before reconnections are done and that a follow-up inspection is completed.

If your home does not have a three-connection system, your contractor will not be required to obtain a UC permit.

Frequently Asked Questions

View frequently asked questions for storm and sewer reconnections here.

More Information

For additional questions, call the PULSE Line.

The 2018-2019 WMZone season is finished.  Stay tuned for updates in the fall.