Sewer Systems

The three sewer systems for which the Fraser Valley Regional District is responsible each serve unique communities throughout our electoral areas.

Cultus Lake

The Cultus Lake sewer service area was established in 1979 by the Regional District of Fraser-Cheam and became a Fraser Valley Regional District service area after amalgamation of the regional districts. 

The sewer system serves the community of Cultus Lake, in Electoral Area H.

There are approximately 370 customer accounts on this sewer service, but there is a high level of variation in the total number of users due to the large number of visitors to the park in the summer. Treated effluent is discharged to a sewage disposal field.

Morris Valley

The FVRD provides wastewater treatment to approximately 300 residential lots within River Reach, Eagle Point and Harrison Lane subdivisions. The treatment plant was commissioned and started operating on February 7, 2007.

North Bend

The treatment plant provides secondary level treatment and is operated by the FVRD under the provisions of the Municipal Sewage Regulation (MSR).

The North Bend water sewer service area was established in 1991 by the Regional District of Fraser-Cheam, and became a Fraser Valley Regional District service area after amalgamation of the regional districts.

The sewer system serves the community of North Bend, in Electoral Area A

There are approximately 23 customer accounts on this sewer service. Sewage treatment is achieved by use of a facultative lagoon system, and treated effluent is discharged to a sewage disposal field.