Voluntary Water Metering Program

Delta's Voluntary Water Metering Program is designed to enhance the quality of life in our community and prepare for future growth. Metering is an equitable method to charge for water that is based on a user-pay system. In that respect, it is consistent with other utility commodities such as natural gas and electricity–you only pay for the amount of water you use. Water metering helps you understand how much water your family consumes, and may even help change your daily habits.

Did you know?

An average residential household of three to four people consumes approximately 340 to 400 cubic meters of water annually. That is equivalent to 308 litres of water per person per day. The chart below shows the proportion of water consumed indoors and where there are opportunities to save water.

How to Sign Up for the
Voluntary Water Metering Program

Fill out the form on the Voluntary Water Meter Brochure (1165 KB) and return it to the Corporation of Delta.

Please note: this program is designed for single-family residential dwellings only and does not include duplexes or strata units.

Questions? We're here to help! Contact us by email or by phone at 604-946-3260.
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