Water Main Flushing Program
The City of White Rock’s Water Main Flushing Program aims at maintaining the City's water system. Flushing operations will be carried out between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, although this is subject to change.
All residences in the flushing area will receive a hand-delivered Notice to Residents prior to the work. If you do not receive a notice we will not be flushing in your area at this time.
Our 2018 Uni-Directional Flushing program is scheduled to run from October 22, 2018 to November 30, 2018
Please check back for by-the-week updates on maps showing the current flushing area.
This page was lasted updated on October 23, 2018.
Anderson to Foster from North Bluff to Prospect - COMPLETED
High to Oxford from North Bluff to Goggs - COMPLETED
Bishop to High from North Bluff to Marine - COMPLETED
Martin to Finlay from North Bluff to Buena Vista - COMPLETED
Bergstrom to Bishop from North Bluff to Marine - COMPLETED
Johnston to Finlay from Russell to Royal - COMPLETED
PLEASE NOTE: Our water operators will NOT be flushing on Saturday, November 17th.
Finlay to Stayte - North Bluff to Thrift
Finlay to Stayte - Thrift to Pacific
Finlay to Stevens - Buena Vista to Pacific
Finlay to Stayte - Pacific to Marine
Johnston to Finlay - Royal to Marine
Oxford to Johnston - Buena Vista to Marine
Information on Water Main Flushing
During flushing, residents may experience a drop in pressure or discolouration of their water. Any disruption should be of a short duration and should only occur while mains in the area are being flushed. The public will be encouraged to report the disruption by calling 604-541-2181 in cases where loss of water or drop in pressure that lasts for an extended period of time (after two or three hours).
- What is flushing?
- Why are residents notified by the City of their flushing program?
- Can you provide me with an exact date and time of the flushing?
- What do I do and what do I not do during water main flushing?
- What do I to do if I experience a loss of water for a long period of time (after two or three hours)?
- What happens when water main flushing is completed?