Water System The water system has been shut down for the season.
Please make sure the tap in your water box is shut off. The water team will be blowing the lines on November 3rd.
Updated Oct. 23, 2022 at 4:45pm (The website is updated when there is a change to the system)
Wanted! People needed for the Peacock Point water team Our water system at the Point is an integral part of our community. It provides safe consumable water to the members for 6 months of the year. Our water is tested twice daily and sent to the Ministry of Health once a week. This testing ensures we are providing safe potable water.
In order to maintain this system we need 2 people to commit to learning the water system with intent to take the Advanced Drinking Water certification. This certification is required for the Water Manager Position.
Training will provide the skills for water testing, water line repairs, pump repairs and complete knowledge of our water system.
Upon completion of the training you will be included in the monthly schedule. Your scheduled day pays $50.00. If you are called in to help with a water issue on your unscheduled day you receive $18.00 per hour. All training is paid for by the Association. Our water system is vital to our community and if we do not have people trained and certified to these positions we will lose our water system.
Any one interested in these opportunities are invited to contact Diane Reynolds at (905) 399-7444 or by email email@example.com. Thank you, PPCOA
Be Water Smart! Conserve our water
When the lake is rough (brown), it can impact our ability to make water.
Please CONSERVE water by running off your cistern (if you have one) when the lake is rough (brown). Note: We ask that you fill your cisterns and water your lawns during weekdays when demand is lower.
WATER CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS: Report: Maximum Acceptable Concentration (MAC):
ALL PEACOCK POINT RESIDENTS: To all residents, please be aware of our water lines when doing any construction, digging or tree removal. Be mindful that while the water line supplies your property, it also supplies the properties on both sides of you and across the road. Damaged water lines could contaminate the water to all on that water main. Damage to our water lines can be costly. Being proactive could avoid damage to the water lines and avoid costly repairs to you by informing Marc Vallee at 226-931-5308 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, if and when you are planning on digging so that he can make arrangements to have a member of the water team let you know where the water lines are buried.
Owners are responsible for repairs, installation, etc. to the water lines from the water box to their residence. If you have questions or need help starting up or shutting down, the water team are available to help you. PLEASE CALL BEFORE YOU DIG
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