The Water Division is
NOT responsible for the administration of water billing.
For inquiries about your water/wastewater bill, please
contact our Financial Services office.
The Water Division is responsible for treating, disinfecting and distributing water to Town residents. They monitor the quantity and quality of the water in compliance with provincial requirements and deal with water quality concerns of the public.
The Town's water supply comes from two municipal groundwater wells, along with treated surface water from the Town of Innisfil.
Learn more about your water supply.
BWG’s drinking water is continually monitored and tested for compliance with the Ontario Drinking Water Quality Standards. BWG’s water must meet over 100 strict health-based standards for microbiological, chemical and radiological parameters to ensure safe drinking water to its residents.
Learn more about water quality in BWG.
Water Distribution System Maintenance
Preventative maintenance of our water distribution system (including watermains, hydrants and valves) helps to ensure the system is in good shape and avoid problems.
Take a look at the key maintenance programs BWG undertakes.
Municipal Drinking Water Licence (MDWL)
The MDWL program requires owners of municipal drinking water systems to obtain a license to operate their systems and to incorporate the concept of quality management into their operations. BWG currently holds a valid MDWL.
Learn more about the Town's MDWL.
Drinking Water Quality Management Standard (DWQMS)
BWG is committed to providing residents with safe drinking water. This is demonstrated through the Town’s DWQMS.
Find out more on the Town’s DWQMS.
Water Conservation and Efficiency
Water conservation and efficiency contribute to a healthy watershed and help to provide future generations with clean sources of drinking water. The Town of BWG is dedicated to protecting Lake Simcoe and our groundwater sources.
Learn about what the Town is doing and how you can help water conservation.
Documents and Reports
Annual Water Quality Reports are prepared each year and are available to the public for review. Additionally, annual drinking water inspections are conducted by the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) to ensure the municipal drinking water system conforms to all necessary regulatory requirements set out by the Province. Links to reports can be found at the top of this page.