Water Systems

For after hours water system issues please contact the R.M. Public Works After Hours number: 306-975-1655

All potable water is treated by the City of Saskatoon whom sells the supply to SaskWater who then sells directly to the R.M. The Municipality has two employees that hold a Level 1 Water Distribution certificate licensed through Saskatchewan Environment.

R.M. Operated Water Systems

The R.M. is responsible for management and operation of 5 potable water distribution systems. System description and location are as follows.

Grasswood, Riverside Estates, Casa Rio & Casa Rio East

Grasswood, Riverside Estates, Casa Rio & Casa Rio East have reservoir storage and a distribution system for delivery of potable water to residents.

Battleford Trail & Corman Industrial Park

Battleford Trail & The Corman Industrial Park have a distribution system for delivery of potable water to residents & business adjacent to and within Battleford Trail and The Corman Industrial Park.

Water Rates

Current water rates are outlined in our Water Utility Bylaw.  Click here to view.
Riverside Estates 2018 water rates are effective January 1st, 2018. All other water system 2018 rates are effective May 1st, 2018.

Water Meters in Service

The RM of Corman Park currently has 2 types of water meters in service. A Neptune T-10 and a Sensus iPerl Radio Meter, both are 3/4 inch and read in cubic meters. The Neptune T-10 is a mechanical drive meter that features a single decimal point and a low flow indicator. The Sensus iPerl is a magnetic reading meter that feature 4 decimal points in lieu of a low flow indicator and has the ability to be read remotely. The RM plans to implement these meters across all RM systems to eliminate manual meter read submissions from residents. 

Water Meters

Changes to Water Accounts with the RM

If you are moving out, or moving in, or have a tenant taking over, the flow chart below and the applicable forms will help outline the steps required.

Utility Flowchart


2022 Annual Notice to Consumers

Access to Ground Water

Find information regarding accessing ground water near property. Please be aware that this database does not include any information about the reliability of water quality or quantity.

Private Water Systems

Several privately owned water distribution systems exist within the Municipality. These systems are managed through water associations or co-operatives through agreements with SaskWater. If you have any questions regarding a water system in your area, please contact SaskWater.