The Town of Stonewall is pleased to provide you with the ability to submit your water readings online.  You may also bring your reading in to the office or call it in.

Water meter readings are taken on a quarterly basis. (At the end of March, June, September and December each year)  You will find the next date to submit your reading in the center portion of your bill.
The Town will read your meter every second levy, if you choose not to manually read your own meter you will be estimated.  It is best to try and read your meter as often as possible (every levy), this helps to catch any problems of over usage that may occur (eg.leaking toilet, water softener).  Your bill will show an A for actual or an E for estimated beside the current reading, you will know to read your meter for the next levy if your bill displays an A.
Utility billing is completed every 3 months (quarterly).  For residential services there is a minimum usage of 13.64 cm for a minimum billing of $34.14.  
The current rates for 5/8"and 3/4" meter are:
  • Water  $0.34 per cubic meter + a service charge of $22.27
  • Sewer $0.53 per cubic meter
Payment can be made by cash, debit or cheque at our office during regular business hours of Mon-Fri, 8:30-4:30.  We also accept payment through online banking.  In order to pay online, set us up as a vendor with your bank (search Stonewall Utilities, not Town of), when entering the account number be sure to enter all of the numbers but omit the decimal point.  We do have a drop box at our main door, please only place cheques in this box.
Due to privacy legislation, the Town of Stonewall requires a signed agreement between the property owner and tenant for all rental properties in regards to the disclosure of utility account information.  Should the Town of Stonewall not receive a signed agreement, the property owner will not be able to obtain information regarding the status of their tenant's utility account.  Click here to download a Rental Property Utility Agreement.
For more information on rates contact the Manitoba Public Utilities Board at 204-945-2643 or