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Distribution (aqueduct) networks and maps
Distribution (aqueduct) networks and maps
Saint-Lazare aqueduct networks
The City of Saint-Lazare supplies treated (drinking) water to nearly 90% of the properties on its territory (10% are served by private artesian wells). It draws water from different underground sources with different quantitative and qualitative properties.

Distribution is done through three (3) water networks:
  • The Sainte-Angélique network serving 4,800 residences (14,983 residents) (2017)

  • The Saddlebrook Network serving 1,200 residences (3,950 residents) (2017)

  • The Saint-Louis network serving 300 residences (980 residents) (2017)
Which network serves your property?
To find out which aqueduct network services your residence, access the map, enter your address number, then choose your street. Note that properties serviced by a private well (artesian well) or private network are not shown on this map.

Other municipal networks

Hudson’s aqueduct network
Twelve (12) properties on Route Harwood in Saint-Lazare are serviced by the municipal aqueduct network of the Town of Hudson. The Town of Hudson’s Public Works Department (or the operator of the network) is responsible for distributing door hangers to the Saint-Lazare residents serviced by its network. However, if a boil water advisory is issued for Hudson, and upon Hudson’s request, the Saint-Lazare Communications Department may post a notice under the "Boil water advisory, in effect, lifts and precautions" section.

Vaudreuil-Dorion’s aqueduct network
Seventeen (17) properties on Route de la Cité-des-Jeunes are serviced by the Vaudreuil-Dorion network. Ville de Vaudreuil-Dorion’s Public Works Department is responsible for distributing door hangers to the Saint-Lazare residents serviced by its network. However, if a boil water advisory is issued for Vaudreuil-Dorion, and upon Vaudreuil’s request, the Saint-Lazare Communications Department may post a notice under the "Boil water advisory, in effect, lifts and precautions" section.

Other private networks
There is at least one private network in Saint-Lazare.
In accordance with the Regulation respecting the quality of drinking water, owners of private aqueduct networks are subject to the same rules as municipalities.

In Saint-Lazare, there is at least one private aqueduct network (Green Maple). The owner, i.e. the operator of the network, is responsible for notifying those serviced by his network of any instance of non-compliance of the network.

However, the Town may post a boil water advisory at the request of a private network operator under the “Boil water advisory, in effect, lifts and precautions” section.

Last updated: 09/10/2021
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