Our Mission

At Keremeos Irrigation District, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

Bill Payment Options

Bill payments may be made  by cash or cheque via mail, or at the office located at 712 - 6th Ave. Keremeos, BC

Payments may also be made via online  electronic banking, through the CIBC, Bank of Montreal, TD Canada Trust, Scotiabank or any BC Credit Union.  Use the account no. on your bill to make a payment. We are not set up with the Royal Bank.  Payments may also be made via e-transfer to kid@nethop.net.  No password is required. 

We cannot accept payments in the office with a debit or credit card, as we do not have an interac machine. 

Water Conservation Program / Tips

2019 WATER CONSERVATION PROGRAM/ RESTRICTIONS 

There are a number of easy ways to save water, and they all start with you. When you save water, you save money on your utility bills. Here are just a few ways... Learn more...

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GROUNDWATER LICENCING WORKSHOP

August 14, 2019

The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations is hosting a FREE workshop on Groundwater Licencing for those landowners that are required to apply for a groundwater licence for their wells or groundwater source.  ( groundwater that is used for irrigation purposes or to service multiple domestic units ) See the Groundwater Licencing Workshop Flyer and What to Bring to the Workshop.  The deadline for application is fast approaching and this would be a worthwhile workshop to attend! 

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'Tis the season

'Tis the season

December 01, 2019

'Tis the season of holidays— days for family, days for good cheer. Days for remembering, celebrating, gift-giving, and merry-making.

The holidays are rife with traditions, many of them decades— even centuries— old. Traditions are a link to the past.  Tradition means “handed down from one generation to the next.” Traditions remind us that we are not isolated individuals, we do not live in a vacuum; we are part of history, part of culture, part of a family.  The holidays themselves are a way of remembering the past, commemorating important events —days set apart for a special purpose. 

Our holidays, and our holiday traditions, are dear to us. But where do our holidays and traditions come from? 

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