877 Keil Street
White Rock, B.C.
Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday
Phone Number: (604) 541-2181
Fax Number: (604) 541-2190
Please note: Calls made outside normal business hours are forwarded to the Fire Department.
Director of Engineering and Municipal Operations: Greg St. Louis
City staff are responsible for residential solid waste collection in the City. For more information about garbage, organics and yard trimmings (Green Can) and recycling collection, including collection maps, guidelines for acceptable materials and contact information, please click here.
Compost is good for the planet, good for your wallet and great for your plants! If you want to start composting or need a new composter, you may purchase one through the City of White Rock. Back yard composters are available to White Rock residents for only $33.60 (includes GST). To purchase your composter, visit the City's Operations Yard or call (604) 541-2181 for more information.
This department is responsible for the maintenance functions related to streets and sewers.
Engineering & Transportation
This department is responsible for capital improvements and street signage. Click on the side menus for details and contact numbers on the many areas of this department.
The City of White Rock's "Green" Operations Building achieved Gold Certification by the US Green Building Council. Click here [PDF - 1 MB] for details.
City crews are responsible for the ongoing maintenance of all parks throughout the city. For details on this department and contact phone numbers, click here.
October 29, 2015
The City is pleased to announce that it will take ownership and operation of the local water utility on October 30, 2015. EPCOR and the City have now received regulatory approvals from Fraser Health Authority and the B.C. Comptroller of Water Rights and the consent of the City of Surrey.
This is the final step in the City’s acquisition of the local water utility. While the City has always viewed EPCOR as a prudent owner and operator, the City’s desire to purchase the utility assets arose out of an interest by the City Council and Administration to own its water assets and have the economic benefits go to White Rock and its residents.
The City held a community forum in October to assist residents and businesses through the transition process. There was also an opportunity to gather community feedback on various options around billing and total water quality management project. More information on the operation, billing, the Total Water Quality Management Project and what it means to residents and business owners is available at www.whiterockcity.ca/mywater.
For more information, contact the Engineering and Municipal Operations Department at 604-541-2181 or email email@example.com
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