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Utility Rates

The City of North Vancouver's 2019 utility rates have been set at the lowest amount possible to deliver current services and provide sufficient funding for the long term financial planning goals of sustainable and long term infrastructure management.

This year, single unit residential fees will total $469.30 for water, and $383.80 for sewer. Multiple unit residential fees will total $274.55 for water, and $239.40 for sewer.

These amounts are net of the 5% discount which is provided on utility bills paid in full by February 28, 2019. Please refer to the back of your utility bill for a complete rate schedule and payment options. Online utility bill inquiries.

The City’s 2019 rates will generate sufficient revenue to ensure that utilities operate as a separate entity from other general property taxes. The revenue collected funds annual operations and maintenance, on-going system upgrades, long-term infrastructure replacement, and fees paid to Metro Vancouver for water supply and sewage treatment.

The City's water and sewer rates continue to be competitive compared to other municipalities within the region.


WATER & SEWER RATES COMPARISON
District of North Van.
(2019) $ (rounded)
City of North Van.
(2019) $ (rounded)
Single Detached Residential
Water 704 469
Sewer 669 384*
Multiple Unit Residential
Water 599 275
Sewer 557 239*
*The City's sewerage fees shown do not contain drainage charges. The drainage levy is billed as part of the annual tax notice. The average drainage levy based on average property assessment for a single unit residence is $103.71 and for a multi unit residence is $46.95.
 
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