City Rain Barrel Sales


North Shore Rain Barrel Sale

When: Saturday, May 13 | 10am - 3pm

Where: Ambleside Park 13th St & Argyle Ave., West Vancouver

Cost: $55 | $45* for City of North Vancouver Residents
*ID with address required for $10 Rebate | Max. 2 per household
Cash, Visa & Mastercard accepted (price includes tax) 

Pre-Order Recommended: Order in advance at enviroworld.ca/NorthShore for faster service & quick pickup on sale day. Rain barrels sell out quickly on the day of the event. Pre-order yours today to avoid disappointment.


Rain Barrel Info
  • 55 gallon barrel (200 litres)
  • 34” high by 24” wide
  • Insect resistant mesh screen on lid
  • Overflow hose
  • Childproof lid
  • Easy installation & maintenance

To broaden and diversity our water conservation program, the City will be undertaking a Rain Barrel Sale each spring prior to the summer season. The program has been developed with a rain barrel vendor to provide high quality rain barrels at a competitive price and with an additional rebate from the City.

Rain barrels are a "double-duty" piece of green infrastructure that can be used to collect and distribute water during dry summer months, and manage and reduce the impact of our rainwater during wetter months. The City promotes the use of two-season rain barrels as they have a low-level drain that can be closed in the summer months to collect water, and opened during the winter months to ensure a maintenance free operation. Rain barrels can be coupled with distribution or soaker hoses to allow regular watering of dry garden beds and shrubs, or for regular dedicated watering of water hungry areas during light rains. By using a two-season rain barrel, the rain that is collected in wetter months can be spread into garden areas to slowly infiltrate and soak into the soil, thereby easing the stress on our urban drainage system and our creeks and ocean areas.

Rain Barrel and Water Conservation Additional Information




Contact Info

Engineering Department
Tel: 604-983-7333
Email: eng@cnv.org

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