Updates to Electric Utility Services Bylaw

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The City is recommending a number of changes to bring the policies of our Electric Utility Services Bylaw up-to-date with current operating procedures and consolidate information related to electrical servicing in one place.

The proposed changes apply to things like the rules for new developments, use of Net Meters, and voltage and service supply standards but will not affect the energy rates that are set in the Fees and Charges Bylaw No. 2014-07.

Bylaw No. 2017-44 was reviewed with Council for first reading on Oct. 3 and second and third readings on Feb. 6. The bylaw is now with the provincial government waiting for approval from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs before it can be adopted.


The City is recommending a number of changes to bring the policies of our Electric Utility Services Bylaw up-to-date with current operating procedures and consolidate information related to electrical servicing in one place.

The proposed changes apply to things like the rules for new developments, use of Net Meters, and voltage and service supply standards but will not affect the energy rates that are set in the Fees and Charges Bylaw No. 2014-07.

Bylaw No. 2017-44 was reviewed with Council for first reading on Oct. 3 and second and third readings on Feb. 6. The bylaw is now with the provincial government waiting for approval from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs before it can be adopted.


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