Public Works

Water Division

Record #: BRA0089
Last Modified: 10 Mar 2020
Last Full Update: 10 Mar 2020

Record Details

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Description & Services

Description The water division is responsible for ensuring Peel’s water exceeds Ontario Drinking Water Standards.  
Maintenance activities performed by the water division operations group include watermain break repairs; hydrant preventative maintenance and repairs; valve preventative maintenance and repairs; water service line installation/replacement/repairs and customer service calls (water quality/quantity, turn off/on, pressure testing, etc.). The water division capital works is responsible for water infrastructure construction.  
The South Peel Drinking Water System, which services residents in the cities of Brampton and Mississauga and parts of the Town of Caledon, has a distribution system with 13 reservoirs, four elevated tanks and two stand pipes. It also has two water treatment plants - Lakeview and Lorne Park.  
There are four well-based municipal drinking water systems in Caledon with their distribution systems collectively having five reservoirs and two standpipes. 
The Region of Peel operates and maintains: 
4,775 kilometres of watermain  
28,054 fire hydrants  
45,129 mainline valves  
325,008 water services
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Areas Served Peel Region
Languages English

Contact Information

Address & Map
10 Peel Centre Dr
Brampton, ON L6T 4B9
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Intersection S of Queen St E, between Dixie Rd and Central Park Dr
Accessibility Unknown
Office Phone 905-791-7800
After Hours Phone 905-791-7800, ext. 4409
Toll Free Phone 1-888-919-7800
Primary Executive Elvis Oliveira, Director, Water Division; Phone: ext 4376 * Assistant ext 4193; Email:
Alternate Executive Andrew Farr, General Manager, Water and Wastewater Divisions; Phone: ext 4761 * Assistant ext 4373

Other Details

Funding Regional / Municipal
Service Level (20) Regional Government

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