​Metro Vancouver provides clean, safe drinking water through its member municipalities for nearly 2.5 million residents in the Lower Mainland. The We Love Water campaign expands awareness of the quality of this water and encourages a year-round reduction in indoor and outdoor personal use.
Metro Vancouver’s water conservation initiatives include public awareness campaigns, outreach to support annual sprinkling regulations, school programs, and watershed tours.

Metro Vancouver develops long-range plans for water storage, treatment and distribution and regularly reports on progress. Visit the Metro Vancouver Water Services website for more information.

Metro Vancouver is a partnership of 21 municipalities, one Electoral Area and one Treaty First Nation that collaboratively plans for and delivers regional-scale services. Metro Vancouver Water Services provides drinking water to the following local governments, which together comprise the Greater Vancouver Water District.

 

Village of Anmore
Village of Belcarra
City of Burnaby
City of Coquitlam
Corporation of Delta
Electoral Area A
City of Langley
Township of Langley      
City of Maple Ridge
City of New Westminster
City of North Vancouver
District of North Vancouver
City of Pitt Meadows
City of Port Coquitlam
City of Port Moody
City of Richmond
City of Surrey
Tsawwassen First Nation
City of Vancouver
District of West Vancouver