Utilities Services, part of the Civic Operations Department, is responsible for the City's water, sanitary sewer, drainage and flood protection systems and facilities. This department is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to ensure services are available, and issues may be managed around the clock. This team operates within BC's highest water classification of wastewater treatment, wastewater collection, and water treatment systems.
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Learn how innovative membrane filtration technology provides high quality drinking water in Kamloops.
Learn how you can contribute to an effective sewage treatment system.
Drainage work includes preparation and management of infrastructure related to snow melt, rain storms and freshet and flooding.
City Staff read water meters for billing purposes on a regular basis. Learn how residents can also monitor their consumption.
To ensure residents and businesses knows what utilities exist underground before they construct driveways, retaining walls, or sheds, etc., a Utilities Location Map has been developed, which identifies infrastructure at individual addresses throughout the City.