Lynn Valley drinking water reservoirLynn Valley drinking water reservoir<div class="ExternalClassDEE4ECF6D7364BDFBBC278411A869BC2"><p>​Construction is nearly complete on the Lynn Valley Reservoir, located in the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve in the District of North Vancouver. Metro Vancouver’s contractor began work on this facility in spring of 2015, and is now completing the site restoration. The reservoir is expected to be in service by the end of September 2016. </p><p>The Lynn Valley Reservoir is one of over 20 in-system reservoirs Metro Vancouver uses to supply drinking water throughout the region. In-system reservoirs like this one refill overnight, so that water is ready, at the right pressure, for use in homes and businesses during daytime hours. For more information on in-system reservoirs, <a href="/services/water/quality-treatment-testing/treatment-facilities/drinking-water-treatment-facilities/reservoirs/Pages/default.aspx?utm_source=newsletter48&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=chair_update" target="_blank"><font color="#1b84c9">visit here. </font></a> </p><p>This facility also provides system redundancy and is designed to provide water to the District of North Vancouver during an emergency if neighbouring facilities are out of service. </p><p>The reservoir has a capacity of one million litres and has been architecturally designed to blend in with the natural setting of the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve. The reservoir site also includes a new trail that connects to a neighbourhood trail system.</p></div>|#e2b01bb7-c847-4927-b23d-b35b5af84a41;L0|#0e2b01bb7-c847-4927-b23d-b35b5af84a41|Issue 24;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass10A5C6242CF14C0ABB9EF477FCCC84E6"><p>​Read about a new drinking water in-system reservoir in the District of North Vancouver. It provides drinking water for homes and businesses on the North Shore, and blends in with the neighbourhood trail system. </p></div>0