Resort Gas – Gas Tariff – Charges Page Updated

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BCUC Public Notice

For more information about the application, please visit the Proceeding Webpage on under “Our Work – Proceedings”.


· Submit a letter of comment

· Register as an interested party

· Request intervener status


1. Thursday, February 17, 2022 – Deadline to register as an intervener with the BCUC

To learn more about getting involved, please visit our website at or contact us at the information below.

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BCUC – Revenue Rate Application

As per BCUC Order Number G-286-21, Resort Gas is required to notify it’s customers that BCUC has initiated a proceeding to review the delivery rates for Resort Gas and the Existing Delivery Rates will be interim, effective January 1, 2022.

The current and interim rates are listed below:

Website Updates

Please visit the Sun Peaks Mountain Resort Municipality Website and Facebook page for any Water and Wastewater updates. Those updates will not be posted on this website. Thanks,

Boil Water Advisory Removed

Boil Water Advisory – Update

Boil Water Advisory Extended until Thursday, February 18th at 4pm, pending test results. The Utility crew will continue to flush the watermain to reduce turbidity. See map for affected area Crystal Forest waterline is scheduled to be repaired Wednesday, February 17th. Crystal Forest complex will be on Boil Water Advisory until 48 hours after line repair, pending test results. For Boil Water Advisories please boil water rapidly for at least 1 minute, or use an alternate, safe source of water.

Boil Water Advisory

Boil Water Advisory

Due to a water main break, all properties on Sundance Drive, Bella Vista, Snow Creek Village and East of Sun Peaks Road @ Valley Drive will be on a precautionary Boil Water Advisory for 48 hours or until further notice

See map for affected area

Crystal forest shut off until repairs are made.

BCUC – Inquiry into the Regulation of Safety

The British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC), by Order G-241-20, establishes an inquiry into the regulation of safety (Inquiry). The background and scope of submissions are attached as Appendix B of Order G-241-20. Outlined below is information on how parties can participate in this process.


Interveners are expected to participate actively, responsibly and respectfully for the duration of the proceeding as per the BCUC’s Rules of Practice and Procedure. The deadline to request intervener status is Wednesday, October 14, 2020.

Letters of Comment and Interested Parties

Members of the public who wish to file written submissions must use the Letter of Comment Form and be submitted on the BCUC’s website, or submitted by email to Letters of comment will be posted on our website and will be considered by the Panel. The deadline to submit letters of comment is Thursday, November 12, 2020. Interested parties may register with the BCUC to receive automated email notifications of all documents posted by the BCUC to the Inquiry’s webpage.

Participation Assistance/Cost Award

Participant Assistance/Cost Award (PACA) funding will be made available to registered interveners in the Inquiry. The Panel will assess any request to intervene at the time of receipt, in accordance with section 9 of the BCUC’s Rules of Practice and Procedure attached to Order G-15-19. As with all BCUC proceedings, participant funding is not guaranteed upon acceptance as an intervener. The merits of each request for participant funding will be assessed at the conclusion of the Inquiry in accordance with the PACA Guidelines attached to Order G-97-17.

About the BCUC

The BCUC is an independent regulatory agency of the Government of British Columbia that is responsible for regulating BC’s energy utilities, the Insurance Corporation of BC’s compulsory automobile insurance rates, intraprovincial pipelines, and the reliability of the electrical transmission grid. When directed by Government, we undertake inquiries on matters of public interest. We work hard to ensure British Columbians get value from their utilities with safe, reliable energy services and fair energy and basic auto insurance rates, while ensuring the entities we regulate have the opportunity to earn a fair return on their capital investments.

Wastewater (Sewer) Collection System Annual Flushing Program Starting August 18th, 2020

As part of the annual maintenance to the wastewater collection system, Sun Peaks Municipality has contracted with Green Earth Hydro-Vac Services to flush the communities wastewater (sewer) main collection system.   All the main collection lines are done every year and smaller branches are done as required (between every year and every five years).

This process will remove sand, rocks, grease, non-organic material, etc. from the collection system.  To perform this work, the crew uses water from a high-pressure hose that moves from manhole to manhole throughout the resort.

As part of this process, you may notice bubbling water in your toilet and/or drains.  It may be helpful if you keep your toilet seats down while the flushing truck proceeds down your street.  Once the equipment has passed your home or business, make sure all your shower, sink and floor drains (P-Traps) are full by dumping approximately a liter or more of water down to allow the water to re-seal the p-trap.

Thank you for your understanding while we conduct this critical  maintenance program.  Should you have any further questions or concerns, please contact the Municipality’s office at 250-578-2020.  In an emergency, you may also reach out to the Public Works Utility Operators at 250-319-0629.


Sun Peaks Mountain Resort Municipality

Annual Flushing and Hydrant Maintenance

Utility crews will be conducting annual flushing and hydrant maintenance.  During this time you may experience slightly discolored water, caused by stirred up sediment in the water distribution system.  Should you experience any stirred up sediment, please run the tap in your home for a couple minutes.  Anyone with concerns can contact the Municipality at 250-578-2020 and staff are available to visit homes, sample water and return test results within 24 hours.