Town Utility Information
The Town of Dundurn is a corporate partner of the Dundurn Rural Water Utility (DRWU) and the Dundurn & Area Waste Water Utility (DAWWU) along with other municipalities. The DRWU purchases potable water from SaskWater and resells it to their subscribers by agreement. The Town is a large volume subscriber. The DAWWU owns and operates the lagoon on behalf of the municipalities and charges the Town a fee for those services.
To set up your town utilities (water, sewer & garbage pick up) please call 306-492-2202 x 1 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may complete the application by clicking here and submit with your deposit payment. Note: Your utility deposit must be received before your account is activated. Utility deposits are $220 for a home owner and $500 for a renter. Deposits are refundable upon the closure of your account. We accept Debit, Visa, MC, Cash or Cheque.
To set up your account for power, please call SaskPower at: Toll free: 1-888-757-6937
To set up your account for gas heat, please call SaskEnergy at Toll free: 1-800-567-8899
Rates as of January 1, 2018:
Water – $4.28per cubic metre consumption
Water Delivery– $37.75 per month
Sewer Residential – $28.78 per month
Sewer Multi-Residential – $28.78 per unit/month.
Sewer Commercial – Based on water usage. Minimum $28.78 for the first 8 cubic metres and then $3.87 for each cubic metre of water usage thereafter per month.
Curb Side Garbage/Recycling pick-up – $19.75 per month with alternating black & blue cart pick-up each Monday, including statutory holidays except December 25 and January 1.
Compost cart – $9.00 per month seasonal from April 1 – to October 31. Pick up is biweekly on a tuesday. You keep the cart until the next season starts. If you wish to be on the compost program please contact our office.
Water & Sewer Infrastructure – $66.14 per month until August 2026 (If not prepaid as of December 11, 2011).
New build water & sewer infrastructure connection fee – $8,000.00 per curb stop connection (lot with no previous water or sewer connection to existing infrastructure in previously developed zoning districts)
One (1) cubic metre equals 219.9 imperial gallons.
Annual Waterworks Information
To review the Annual Waterworks Financial Overview and Capital Investment Strategy report, please click here.
2017 Drinking Water Quality and Compliance
To review the 2017 Annual Notice to Consumers report, please click here.