The District uses primary treatment to dispose of sewage. The system involves a combination of aerated lagoons that flow into rapid filtration ponds. The system has a capacity of 1,500 cubic metres per day and can serve approximately 4,000 people.
Logan Lake acquires its pristine water from a series of deep wells. The system has a capacity limit of 3,650 people. The water is not treated as it naturally meets the Canadian Drinking Water Standards; and the Department of Health in Kamloops tests the water on a weekly basis.
A copy of the District of Logan Lake 2021 Annual Water Report has been provided below.
2021 Annual Water Report
Water Regulations 2022
To view 2022 Water Regulations and District of Logan Lake Waterworks System, Connections and User Fees Bylaw No. 839, 2018 please click here and scroll to the bottom of the Public Works page.
Water On/Off Connections
If you require you water turned On or Off at the curbstop, please contact the Municipal Office at 250-523-6225 or email email@example.com, there is a $15 fee for both Water On and Water Off. For details on on water connection fees please see District of Logan Lake Waterworks System, Connections and User Fees Bylaw No. 839, 2018, and scroll to Section 4 and Schedule ‘C’.
Electricity is provided by BC Hydro. For more information call Customer Service at 1-800-POWERON (1-800-769-3766) or visit www.bchydro.bc.ca Mailing address is: BC Hydro, 6911 Southpoint Drive, Burnaby, BC V3N 4X8.
Natural gas is available in Logan Lake. For more information contact FortisBC at 1-800-773-7001 or visit www.fortisbc.com. Mailing address is: Natural Gas – Head Office, 16705 Fraser Highway, Surrey, BC V4N 0E8. Email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
TELUS provides residential and business land-line services in the area. It is toll free for Logan Lake residents to call the South Shore in Kamloops. For more information contact TELUS at 24/7 TELUS support 310-2255 or visit www.telus.com