The County of Wetaskiwin owns and operates water systems in Gwynne, Mulhurst Bay and Winfield.
The County also provides contract service for maintenance and operation at Dorchester Developments, Sunset Harbour and Village Lane Condos.
The County of Wetaskiwin submits monthly reporting to Alberta Environment who make those results available to the public
Once in the Alberta Environment website; click on Alphabetical Listing to access individual water plant results.
Mulhurst Bay is listed as Lakeview Subdivision and Dorchester Developments listed as Dorchester Estates. All others are listed under the plant name as indicated above.
Water line and hot water heater maintenance
The Utility department recommends that residents that leave their home vacant for several months or are not frequenting their residence regularly, to flush their water lines upon their return for ten to fifteen minutes before using the water.
Hot water heaters are frequently turned down when leaving and run the risk for legionella bacteria in the hot water heater. The following websites provide information about legionella bacteria and regular hot water heater maintenance.
Working near or crossing County owned or operated water and sewer lines
NOTE: Utility lines located on private property are owned by the resident or business. The County of Wetaskiwin does not do utility line locates on private property.
A Crossing or Proximity agreement may be required for installing infrastructure near or over County owned and operated utility lines. Please submit your request, along with a survey plan or detailed drawing, to PWAdmin@county10.ca