The Town of Waldheim is having Maintenance Personnel Brendan Schultz read the meters for this billing period. He will NOT be entering your home to obtain a reading, but will ask you to use the camera phone provided to take a picture of your meter. This will help ensure we keep our staff and community members safe. Mr. Schultz will be collecting meter readings over the next two weeks. We trust he will receive your full co-operation. If you are not on Town water, please disregard this notice.
We’ve had many inquiries about water softeners and whether they are still needed with our new water. We have received the test results and our water hardness is currently 122 mg/L (our old water was 671 mg/L). Whether you continue to use a water softener is up to you, we are providing this information so your can adjust your water softener to account for the changes in water hardness.
Email consent forms can be found on our website under Residences -> Utilities -> Forms & Documents
Fill out an email consent form and return to the town office if you wish to receive utility bills & receipts via email rather than regular mail.
It’s that time again! Please take a water meter reading close to the end of January and submit to the town by February 1 at 5pm.
For septic field/tank system cleaning – B&D Septic (306) 232-7375
From curb stop to house or in-house water/plumbing/heating problems – TRON Mechanical (Shandy Fehr) (306) 370-7518
For sewer problems (property line to house) – Superior Infrastructure (Lionel) (306) 229-5438
The Town Of Waldheim requests that all residents on Town water read their own water meters. Please submit your reading as close to the month end as possible. Readings will be accepted until 5:00pm on the last day of the month.
If, for any reason, you are unable to obtain a reading or cannot return the reading in time, please notify the Town Office without delay so other arrangements may be made to obtain a reading. As well, please remember that, pursuant to Bylaw #2-2005, you may be charged $5.00 if a municipal employee is required to read your meter.
The water meter will be located near to where your main water line enters your building. You may notice that the last number is constant and will always be zero (0). Some meters may have 2 zeros. Please record all numbers, including zeros, in the reading.
If you wish to receive a reminder of when to read your meter reading, please sign up below.
Over the next few weeks, you may see this friendly face at your door. Meet Micah Reynolds, the Town Of Waldheim’s new Meter Reader. The Town has hired Micah Reynolds to read the water meters for this billing period.
Regular accurate meter readings allows you to monitor your actual water consumption between meter reads. This can help identify any plumbing leaks in toilets or fixtures sooner – – saving you money.
Thanks in advance for your cooperation in helping Micah complete this important task!