Armstrong, BC – The City of Armstrong is rescinding Stage Two Water Conservation Restrictions and returning to Stage One Water Conservation levels on Thursday, October 12, 2023. The City recognizes the cooperation of the community making the Stage Two water restrictions a success in keeping our water reserves readily available for essential needs during this record drought season.
By reducing water consumption, the City was able to keep our water reservoirs at sustainable levels, and reduced energy used to pump, treat, and distribute water throughout the City.
Water Conservation measures are mandatory as per City Bylaw 1806 Water Use and Conservation, which requires all residents receiving City of Armstrong water to be compliant with restrictions to watering habits. Water is a precious resource here in the Okanagan and the City of Armstrong will remain on Stage 1 Water Conservation measures year-round.
Stage 1 Water Conservation:
• Even-numbered addresses water on even days; Odd-numbered addresses water on odd days.
• Water Systems: Turn on between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. and/or 7 p.m. and midnight
• In Ground Auto Systems: between Midnight and 5 a.m.
• Handheld Watering (household container or hose with shut off): any time of day
For more information on Stage 1 Water Conservation, please visit our website:
The City would like to thank everyone for your continued support as we Make Water Work for our community.