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Nanoose Bay Peninsula

The Nanoose Bay Peninsula Water System was established in 2005 by amalgamating the water service areas locally known as Madrona, Wall Beach, Driftwood, Nanoose (Beachcomber), Fairwinds, Arbutus Park, and West Bay. The Nanoose Bay Peninsula Water System is comprised of 2014 water service customers. The water supply originates from 11 groundwater wells located in the area, and is supplemented seasonally (as required) with water from the Englishman River. The water supply is chlorinated and stored in several reservoirs throughout Nanoose Bay. A water treatment plant designed to remove iron, manganese, ammonia and sulphur from the well water was constructed in 2012. By the end of November 2012, Nanoose Bay Peninsula water system customers were receiving a much-improved combination of filtered and unfiltered drinking water. A link to a map of the Nanoose Bay Peninsula Water Service Area is provided at the bottom of this page.


Well Production

Water Quality Reports

2017 Water Test Results

Historic Water Test Results

Historic Water Level Data

Please note that well level data may not be available for all wells for all years, as some wells may not have been in operation in all years.

Annual Water System Reports

Links of Interest

Nanoose Photo

Last Modified:  Sep 19, 2017
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