This service area provides the planning, engineering, operation and maintenance for the Municipality's water and waste water systems. Also provided is solid waste management and storm water management.
Water and Waste Water Systems
The Municipality would like to remind all municipal water and waste water system users in Middlesex Centre that it is a continuous twenty-four hour, seven days a week service. For after-hours emergencies regarding Water and Wastewater services please call the 24-hour pager at 519-435-6434.
As required by the Ministry of Environment, Middlesex Centre has available to the public the annual reports for all municipally owned water systems:
Middlesex Centre Distribution System 2016 (includes Arva, Ballymote, Delaware, Denfield, Ilderton and Kilworth & Komoka)
Lake Huron Primary Water Supply System 2016
City of London 2016
Southwold Distribution System 2016
Sodium NoticeFor the residents of Birr and Melrose Municipal Water Systems please see attached notice from the London Middlesex Health Unit with regards to elevated sodium levels in the municipal water supply:Birr Sodium Notice - January 18th, 2017Melrose Sodium Notice - January 18th, 2017
As required by the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change under Regulation 453/07, Middlesex Centre has available to the public our Financial Plans for our drinking water and wastewater systems.
Drinking Water Quality Management System (DWQMS)
The Municipality of Middlesex Centre has implemented a Drinking Water Quality Management System as required under the Safe Drinking Water Act for all of our municipally owned drinking water systems.
Summer Outdoor Watering Restrictions for All Municipal Water System Users
Please be reminded that the alternate day outdoor watering restrictions are in place for the period of June 1st to September 15th every year. Properties with even numbered addresses may water ONLY on even numbered calendar days and properties with odd numbered addresses may water ONLY on odd numbered calendar days. Gardens, flower beds, trees, and shrubs may be watered daily by use of hand held hose ONLY. Newly sodded or newly seeded lawns may be watered daily for a two-week period.
It's A Toilet NOT A Trashcan!
We remind residents not to flush anything down the toilet that does not belong. Items not intended to be flushed may cause costly and unpleasant wastewater backups into your home. It may also cause issues in the collection system and at the Treatment Facility.
Garbage & Recycling Waste Information
Visit the Garbage & Recycling Waste page
For more information, contact:
Public Works and Engineering Assistant