DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – A new water sales program is coming to all water sales locations in Dawson Creek.

The city says the program will increase security against cyber theft and be more convenient for all users.

Construction will start at the Alaska Highway location on May 2nd and last about a month or until all locations are completed.

The city requires residents to purchase a ‘Water Fob’ to use the stations, which cost $15 at city hall.

Water costs $3.87 per cubic meter for residential consumption.

For more information, check out the city’s website.

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