Every time you turn on the tap, flush the toilet, or water the lawn, you are using water provided by the Region of Peel.
The Region of Peel operates two water treatment facilities and two wastewater treatment facilities, as well as pumping stations, reservoirs, watermains and sanitary sewers.
Beware of Door-to-Door Water Treatment Sales Agents - Residents supplied with municipal water are advised not to open their door to anyone asking to test their tap water, collect tap water samples or install water equipment unless that person is an employee or an agent of the Region of Peel.
Critical Water Users Database - Do you use municipal tap water for home haemodialysis treatment? Sign up on the Region's secure online database or call 905-791-7800, ext. 4685. Region of Peel staff will attempt to contact you before a water interruption so you can make alternate arrangements for your health care.
Fire Hydrants - Learn more about how fire hydrants keep our community safe and why you need to keep them clear of snow in winter.
This winter has exposed your home's pipes to extreme cold temperatures. Learn how to prevent your pipes from freezing and how to thaw them safely.
Locate Requests - Find out where underground water and wastewater infrastructure enters your property before you start any major construction project.
Peel Tap Water - Clean and refreshing drinking water is available at any tap in the Region of Peel. Tap water is inexpensive, good for your health and a wise choice to reduce waste and protect the environment.
Replacing Your Private-side Water Service - Should you replace the pipe running from your water shut-off valve to your home? Find out when and why we suggest this should be done.
Source Water Protection - Protecting water at its source is the best way to look after our drinking water. Learn about programs Peel Region offers and what you can do to help keep protect the water in your community.
Sewer Systems and Homeowners’ Responsibilities - Understanding where and how water is discarded through the pipes inside the walls and underneath your home is vital to knowing how it functions.
Threats to Lake Ontario Shoreline - Lake Ontario provides drinking water to a large part of Peel's population. Its shoreline is increasingly under stress from manmade barriers which have an impact on water quality and the natural environment. Find out how you can get involved and help protect this important water resource.
Water Billing – Find out more information about your water and wastewater bills and water meters.
Water Quality Reports – The Region of Peel treats its source water to remove contaminants and regularly tests the water quality to ensure customers are provided with high quality drinking water. Read the most recent reports and find out how we do it.
Water Smart Peel - the Region of Peel's water efficiency program, helps you recognize the importance of using water wisely
Wastewater Bylaw – The Sewer Use bylaw is now called the Wastewater bylaw. Find out what’s different and what are the responsibilities and requirements for industry.
Who Owns What - Ownership and maintenance of infrastructure around a property is divided between you as a homeowner, the city or town that you live in, and the Region of Peel. As a homeowner, you are responsible for the maintenance of pipes that are on the private side of your property line.