Power Outage Oct 25th 11am-3pm

Hemlock Valley Utilities will be conduction a power outage on October 25th to connect three new homes to the system.
The outage will occur between 11am and 3pm and will affect the whole village, except Snowmist Drive and Snowmist Place.

Thank you for your understanding as we welcome these new homeowners to the valley.

Water Main Sub 5 rupture July 18th

AS of 3:34pm a high pressure water main in Sub 5 ruptured. Hemlock Valley Utilities was on site and worked till 11:20pm to shut off and isolate the area. We will be exposing and repairing the pipe first thing Friday July 19th.
We will update the community mid day to the expected time line for completion of the repair.

Thank you for your understanding.

Boil Water Notice June 28th

Boil Water Notices have been placed on homes throughout the village. Please make sure that renters and guests to your cabins are aware of the boil water notice. Please post it in a visible area inside rental suites.

BOIL WATER NOTICE

Warning: Boil or Otherwise Treat Your Water Before Using

Date Issued: June 28 – 2019

The Hemlock Valley Water System has had sufficient turbidity within the water system due to record setting heavy rain on Wednesday evening. This precautionary notice will remain in place for the long weekend until Hemlock Utility Services has received 2 consecutive safe samples. This will allow and remove any potentially harmful bacteria while the system can be flushed and settles over the next 5 days.

WHAT SHOULD I DO?

Do not Drink the water without Boiling First Or otherwise treating the water.
Boil water for 1 minute (rolling boil). Preferable use a Kettle so as to reduce the risk of burns. Let it COOL before using.
You can choose to use Bottled Water
Boiled or bottled water should be used for DRINKING, COOKING, BRUSHING TEETH, WASHING READY TO EAT FOODS & WASHING DISHES.
Store treated water in sanitary containers & keep refrigerated

OTHER METHODS OF TREATING YOUR WATER

Note: Brita Water Filters will NOT provide treatment for microbes

What Happened? What is being done?
We are working with the Fraser Health Authority to investigate/resolve this issue. We are currently monitoring the system hourly and assessing the quality and levels.

We will inform you when the problem has been corrected and tests show no bacteria and you no longer need to boil your water.

For more information, please contact Samuel Hicks at shicks@sasquatchmountainresort.ca

If you have any further concerns or comments you can contact David Fowler, Health inspector Fraser Health david.fowler@fraserhealth.ca

This notice is being sent to you by Hemlock Valley Utilities.
Date distributed: June 28th – 2019