The City of Coquitlam has approved its Drinking Water Conservation Plan (DWCP) Bylaw to align with Metro Vancouver’s revised regional watering restrictions that go into effect on May 1, 2022.
New changes to the water use restrictions are in effect as of May 1, 2022.
We can all do our part to conserve our precious water supply. Coquitlam offers low-cost sales of water wise tools and simple tips to help reduce water use at home. Proof of Coquitlam residency is required.
You can email Water Conservation or call 604-927-3500 for payment and pickup details.
A rain barrel collects and stores rainwater from the roof to reuse on gardens, lawns and hanging baskets.
Cost $73, tax included
This electronic water timer connects between the tap and a hose-fed sprinkler system and can be set to automatically water lawns, gardens, trees and shrubs.
Cost $55 tax included
Below you will find tips on watering around your home.
Beautify your garden while saving water.
Other ways to save water at home.