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Kingston Seasonal Watering Restrictions Begins

Seasonal watering restrictions go into effect annually on June 15. Until September 15, residents with odd-numbered addresses may water on odd-numbered days, while evens may water on even-numbered days. The City’s Water By-law allows residents to: • Use a hand-held hose, can or bucket any time on their scheduled day • Use a sprinkler between… Keep Reading

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Utilities Kingston Offering Water Protection Workshop

Utilities Kingston invites homeowners to participate in a free workshop intended to help them manage excess water on their property and prevent basement flooding, while complying with the City of Kingston “Sewer Use By-Law”. Have standing water on your property? Notice your sump pump running frequently? The ‘Everything Drainage’ workshop is for you – and… Keep Reading

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Drinking Water Advisory: Community of Amherstview in Loyalist Township

December 4, 2013 — KFL&A Public Health has issued a drinking water advisory as a precautionary measure to all users of the Municipal Water System in the Amherstview, Brooklands and Harewood areas of Loyalist Township. UPDATE: At 9:05 a.m. December 7, the Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington (KFL&A) Public Health lifted the previous drinking water… Keep Reading

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Utilities Kingston Workshop to Protect Property from Water Issues

Utilities Kingston invites homeowners to participate in a free workshop intended to help them properly manage excess water on their property and prevent basement flooding, while complying with the City of Kingston “Sewer Use By-Law”. Have standing water on your property? Notice your sump pump running frequently? The ‘Everything Drainage’ workshop is for you –… Keep Reading

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Seasonal Watering Restrictions Begin in Kingston

Seasonal watering restrictions go into effect annually on June 15 until September 15.  Residents may use outdoor treated water based on their civic address : odd-numbered addresses may water on odd-numbered days, evens on even-numbered days. By complying with outdoor watering restrictions, residents help ensure reliable water supply, environmental sustainability and responsible infrastructure management. Each… Keep Reading

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Utilities Kingston Selling Rain Barrels Early This Year

In response to feedback, Utilities Kingston has made 1000 rain barrels available to sell to its customers sooner — just in time for the start of gardening season. Get a head start on spring and order yours while quantities last by calling 613-546-0000. – DELIVERY: The barrels will be delivered to customers’ homes. No delivery appointment is… Keep Reading

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City Seeks Volunteers for Lead Testing in Homes

The City is again seeking 100 qualified homeowners 5 non-residential property owners interested in participating in its regular volunteer lead-testing program. Under this regulation, introduced in 2007, the Ministry of the Environment requires the City to test the water in Kingston homes and businesses identified as receiving their water through lead or lead-soldered pipes on… Keep Reading

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