Water Efficiency Plan Update
The Abbotsford Mission Water Sewer Commission (AMWSC) has updated the Water Efficiency Plan (WEP) to meet our population growth trends, reflect our community’s current water use and meet water reduction targets. This new Water Efficiency Plan includes an evaluation of the AMWSC's current water efficiency program, case studies of best conservation practices and a quantitative analysis of our current water use trends. Tell us what you think about the updated Water Efficiency Plan, and take the survey today!
The City of Abbotsford is supplied by a regional water system that supplies water to approximately 160,000 residents in Abbotsford and Mission. The system is operated by the City of Abbotsford. There are 3 water sources: Norrish Creek, Cannell Lake, and several wells in the Abbotsford Sumas Aquifer. The surface water and most groundwater is disinfected with chloramines. Water from Norrish Creek is also filtered and Cannell is treated by UV disinfection. Water is transmitted through pipes from the sources to major take-off points or to one of two regional reservoirs. The two municipalities operate their distribution systems independently from the regional system.
- Check out our vlog on where your drinking water comes from!
- Visit Our Water Matters for more information on the regional water system