Hagensborg Water and Fire Protection Services

The Hagensborg Water and Fire Protection System serves just under 500 residents in the Hagensborg area. It began as an improvement district in 1964. On 1 January 2021, the improvement district was dissolved, and responsibility for the system transferred to CCRD, in part because CCRD secured a $3.7 million grant toward the cost of needed capital upgrades.

System upgrade planning is now underway, including a layout for a new reservoir and emergency backup from Snootli Creek. Water distribution system improvements are also being refined. CCRD is also working with Nuxalk Nation to identify archeological review and protocol steps. Check back here for ongoing updates on the system upgrade project, scheduled for completion by March 2024.

Complete our Survey to Tell Us Tell Us About Water and Fire Protection Services

CCRD wants input from you! We invite all residents who receive water and/or fire protection services from the Hagensborg System to complete a survey. This is entirely voluntary and will take 5 to 10 minutes to complete. The results will help us better understand residents’ satisfaction with the service and how they would like to be involved in managing it in the future.  Your responses will be kept strictly confidential.

At the end of the survey, you can opt to enter a draw for a $100 Visa gift card. Each adult in your home can complete the survey and enter the draw once.

To access the survey, go here.

Attend our Open House

Attend an open house to give your input on governance of the Hagensborg Water and Fire Protection System. CCRD representatives will be there to answer questions and hear from you about how these services should be managed in the future.

Where: Royal Canadian Legion (1855 Hwy 20 Hagensborg)
When: Wednesday 29 June
Time: 6pm to 8pm

Want to Learn More? See the Backgrounder on Options for Community Involvement in the Hagensborg Water and Fire Protection Service, prepared by Econics. If you have any questions or comments on the backgrounder, you can contact the author, Kirk Stinchcombe, at info@econics.com.