The mandate of the Environmental Services Department is to deliver clean, safe, reliable drinking water that enhances the quality of life of our residents and businesses. The Municipality of South Huron is committed to ensuring financially and environmentally sustainable water services for today's residents and future generations.

The Department is responsible for the maintenance and operation of the Municipality's water distribution system, water booster pumping stations, underground reservoirs and elevated water towers. The Department is also responsible for the enforcement of the Municipality's Water Use By-Laws. Each year the Environmental Services Department tests hundreds of water samples to ensure that South Huron's drinking water is safe and aesthetically pleasing. Hundreds of tests are conducted to make sure our drinking water surpasses health-related guidelines.

South Huron is fortunate to have a plentiful supply of high quality water from the Lake Huron Primary Water Supply System. The Lake Huron Primary Water Supply System (LHPWSS) is owned by the member municipalities, including the Municipality of South Huron, and provides water to over 350,000 people in the region. The LHPWSS water treatment plant is located in South Huron, on the Lake Huron shoreline, near the intersection of Highway #21 and County Road #83. Water is treated in this state-of-the-art facility before being distributed throughout the municipality.

We are proud to deliver tap water to our customer's homes and businesses that exceeds Ontario's Drinking Water Quality Standards. We maintain a modern, sophisticated water system to ensure that all residents and businesses can rely on the water supply. Clean, safe drinking water plays a fundamental role in helping to maintain the quality of our lives.

Contact Us
If you have any questions regarding your water bill; or wish to report a problem, such as a leaking water meter, a taste or odour concern, a possible water main break, no water coming from your taps, or any other water related issue, please contact us at 519-235-0310 ext 230

Emergency Contacts
If you require immediate assistance and are calling in the evening, on the week-end, or on a statutory holiday, please call 519-235-0310 and the after-hours operator will direct your call to our standby personnel.

2017 MOE Optional Annual Compliance Report

2016 MOE- Drinking Water Inspection Report

2016 MOE Optional Annual Compliance Report

Chief Drink Water Inspector's Annual Report 2015-2016

2016 DWQMS System Audit Report

LHPWSS 2015 Compliance Report

2015 Annual Report to Council

2015 MOE Optional Annual Compliance Report

2015 MOE Drinking Water Inspection Report

2015-Water Financial Plan- O Reg 453/07

Water and Wastewater Fees By-Law #14-2015

Water Conservation Tips

2014-Annual Compliance Report

2014-Annual Report to Council

LHPWSS Shutdown- October 15, 2014

2014 MOE Drinking Water Inspection Report

2013 MOE Annual Compliance Report

Water & Sewer Rate Study and Water Financial Plan- O Reg 453/07

Drinking Water Quality Management System

DWQMS Policy Statement

2013- MOE Drinking Water Inspection Report

2012 Annual Wastewater Report to Council

2012 Annual Report to Council

2012- MOE Annual Compliance Report

Water/Sewer Rates

Watering Restrictions By-Law