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.
The City's 2019 Uni-Directional Flushing program is scheduled to run from October 29, 2019 to November 30, 2019
Please check back for by-the-week updates on maps showing the current flushing area.
This page was lasted updated on November 8, 2019.
- October 29-November 1
- November 4-November 8
- November 12-November 15
- November 18-November 22
- UPCOMING - TO BE CONFIRMED
Anderson to Foster from North Bluff to Buena Vista - Completed
High to Oxford from North Bluff to Goggs - Completed
Martin to Finlay from North Bluff to Buena Vista - Completed
Bishop to High from North Bluff to Marine - Completed
Blackwood to Finlay from North Bluff to Buena Vista - Completed
Bergstrom to Archibald from North Bluff to Marine
Merklin to Maple from North Bluff to Roper
Johnston to Maple from Roper to Royal
Dophin to Finlay from Buena Vista to Royal
Finlay to Stayte from North Bluff to Thrift
Finlay to Stayte from Thrift to Pacific
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?