Enderby Lifts Mandatory Water Conservation Advisory and Cancels State of Local Emergency

The City of Enderby’s Mandatory Water Conservation Advisory has been lifted following the successful installation of a temporary line over the Bawtree Bridge, restoring access to the City’s secondary/back-up water source. As a result, the City of Enderby has cancelled its State of Local Emergency.

The City is encouraging residents to resume normal domestic and business uses (note that the Boil Water Advisory remains in effect) but in order to ensure that system is not overwhelmed, residents are asked not to turn on irrigation, wash vehicles or driveways, or do other non-essential activities that consume a lot of water; these activities can begin to be phased back in next week.

“Our crew, contractors and volunteers worked tirelessly to get this temporary line in place so that the Mandatory Water Conservation Advisory could be lifted for our residents. It was truly a team effort,” explains Mayor Greg McCune.

“Our residents deserve a ton of praise for how patient and supportive they were throughout this event. When faced with a tough situation, our community never fails to pull together for each other.”

The Boil Water Advisory for City of Enderby water customers remains in effect until further notice.