Okanagan Falls
Okanagan Falls Sanitary Sewer

Current Map of Sewer Service Area

The following map depicts the service area for the Okanagan Falls sewer system. The initial establishment of the service area was in Bylaw No. 1239, 1991. Two amendments have since been included: Bylaw No. 1409, 1993 and Bylaw No. 2124, 2002.

Development Cost Charge (DCC) Bylaw for the Okanagan Falls Community

Bylaw No. 2486, 2009 Development Cost Bylaw

  • Final Report on the background and developing the Okanagan Falls Sewage Treatment Plant DCC bylaw
    Prepared by Urban Systems, August 2009

The Current System

The Okanagan Falls Sewage collection, treatment, and disposal works was built in the late 70's, and currently services approximately 750 properties, (including single-family, multi-family, commercial, recreational, and institutional).

The current System consists of three pump stations, pressurized and gravity sewer mains, an extended aeration activated sludge sewage treatment plant, and a rapid infiltration site.

As of April 2010, the project has begun to Design and Construct a New Wastewater Treatment Plant for the Okanagan Falls community. This treatment plant will also accept sewage from the Kaleden Lakeshore and Skaha Estates communities when sewers are extended in the future.

Watch for exciting project developments during the project from now until April of 2012!

Applying for a Sewer Connection

Click here to apply for a sewer connection.