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Apex Mountain Water Utility

Apex Mountain Water Utility

  • Our 2023 Drinking Water Annual Report is available here (available soon).
  • Our 2023 Rate Change Customer Package is available here.
  • When a house is sold it is the buyers responsibility to ensure that the Water Account payments are up to date and that Apex Mountain Water Utility is informed as soon as possible of the new buyers contact information. Buyers will be responsible for any outstanding debts from previous owners.
  • For new builds the Regional District will require a proof of service letter from the Water Utility prior to issuing a building permit. Proof of Service will only be issued if the proposed building type is covered by an existing Certificate of Public Convenience & Necessity (CPCN) and the account is paid up in full. If the lot is not covered by a CPCN or the CPCN covers a different building type than what is proposed (i.e. CPCN is for a Single-Family Dwelling but you wish to build a duplex) then a CPCN amendment must be completed.
  • CPCN Applications are submitted by the Utility, on the applicants behalf, to the Province of British Columbia. The applicant is responsible for all costs associated with this application.
  • CPCN Amendments can take a number of months to come through so please factor this in when you are applying. Prompt delivery of requested documentation is key to a quicker turnaround.