WATER REPORTS & POLICIES
North Dundas Wastewater System
- 2020 Annual Report – Chesterville Wastewater Treatment System (PDF)
- 2020 Annual Report – Winchester Wastewater Treatment System (PDF)
North Dundas Drinking Water System (2013 onwards – amalgamated reports)
- Annual Report 2020 (PDF)
- Annual Report 2019
- Annual Report 2018
- Annual Report 2017
- Winchester and Chesterville Sodium Results 2017
- Annual Report 2016
- Annual Report 2015
- Annual Report 2014
- Annual Report 2013
- Annual Report 2012
- North Dundas Drinking Water System Financial Plan Nov 2013
Water & Sewer Policies & By-laws
By-Law No. 2020-55 (PDF) fixes the rates for the supply of water sewer services.
By-Law No. 28-02 requires the owners of all buildings containing rental units or tenants to install separate water service line water connections to each rental unit or tenant such that the supply to each unit can be separately metered by the municipality.
By-Law No. 19-2013 enacts rules and regulations respecting the Villages of Chesterville and Winchester Municipal Waterworks System.
Security Deposit Policy No. 46-2012
Purpose: To reduce the exposure to bad debt for the Township of North Dundas resulting from unpaid water and sewer accounts. Uncontrolled bad debt may result in increased rates to all water and sewer customers.
Policy: Security Deposits are Required from all Tenants.
Security Deposits will be:
Equivalent to an estimated three month water and sewer bill, as determined periodically by staff and payable at the Municipal Officer. A water and or sewer account will not be established and water will not be supplied until the required deposit and a completed application form are received by the Township. Security deposits will be held by the Township and will be applied to the final bill of the Tenant.
Simple interest will be paid on all deposits. Interest will be paid at the time the deposit is refunded or applied to the account. The annual rate of interest is the rate being offered by the Township’s financial institution for their current account.
Deposits are Not Required From:
- Government Departments, Federal, Provincial, Regional, and Municipal.
- An owner of a residence/commercial building.
Customers exempted from the deposit requirement, who do not maintain a satisfactory payment record, will be required, upon review, to pay the appropriate deposit. Deposits will be reviewed periodically and may be increased if the current deposit is not equivalent to three months of service.