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Capacity Assessment of Sanitary Sewer Infrastructure Study

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Remembrance Day Ceremony on November 11, 2017

Public Open House Inflatable Waterpark on December 6, 2017

Osoyoos Concert Series presents - BRAVURA November 9 2017

2017 Soroptimist International of Osoyoos Breakfast Fashion Show

2017/2018 Osoyoos Concert Series - The Paperboys

2017/2018 Osoyoos Conert Series - Songs of the Southern Belles

The Osoyoos Lake Water Quality Society Public Meeting

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2017 Desert Valley Hospice Society "Caring Hands"

2017 Osoyoos Festival Society 29th Christmas Lite-Up

Guided Snowshoe Trek at Mt Baldy on December 14, 2017

Christmas Wreath Making Class on December 9, 2017

SOCC Business Promoting Business

2017 Rockin' with Santa on December 16

Desert Model Railroad 13th Annual Food Bank Fundraiser

Capacity Assessment of Sanitary Sewer Infrastructure Study

The 2013 Business and Capital Plans included a third party capacity s sewer system. A Request for Proposals (RFP) was developed by TRUE Consulting in consultation with the Director of Operations (PW) and the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). Three companies responded to the RFP and Council awarded the contract to Kerr Wood Leidal Associates Ltd. in August of 2013.

Kerr Wood Leidal Associates Ltd. (KWL) was retained to perform a comprehensive capacity assessment analysis to the Town of Osoyoos' Sanitary Sewer System.  Some important questions regarding the current and future elements of the system has been brought forward from residents, council, and staff that are to be answered in this assessment. These include:

  1. Can the existing transmission and treatment system handle the current seasonal loads as well as take on the development currently being constructed?
  2. What is the capacity of the system to service future growth of the Town?
  3. What is the anticipated growth for Osoyoos as well as the surrounding areas within the Osoyoos service area.
  4. What improvements in the future are triggered by new developments and growth, inside and outside the town boundary, to connect to the sanitary sewer system?
  5. What are the costs of these necessary improvements to the system and how does Osoyoos recover those costs from the developers?
  6. What is the appropriate per equivalent dwelling unit" charge for service to lands outside the municipal boundary?

Council is seeking public review and comment prior to July 7, 2014 either in writing or via email to

Please click on the links below to view the Study and Annual Reports.
May 2014 KWL Capacity Assessment Sanitary Sewer Infrastructure Report

Paper copies of the KWL report is available (limited quantities) at Town Hall for a cost of $35.00 plus applicable taxes.

2012 Annual Report TRUE Wastewater Treatment and Reclaimed Water Irrigation Systems (April 2013)
2013 Annual Report TRUE Wastewater Treatment and Reclaimed Water Irrigation Systems (March 2014) 

Barry Romanko
Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)
8707 Main Street, Box 3010
Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0
(T) 250.495.6515

Event date: 
Monday, 07 July, 2014
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