A hydrant is a discharge connection to a water main, usually consisting of an upright pipe having one or more nozzles and controlled by a gate valve. Hydrants must be accessible at all times.
The watermain carries water to a house from a water treatment plant or a community well.
Water Service Connection
The water service connection connects the home to the watermain that carries water into the property.
Shut off valve
This valve controls the flow of water into the home and is used for emergency water shut-off if a pipe breaks. The valve and it must be accessible at all times.
A maintenance hole is a vertical access shaft from the ground surface to a sewer or underground utilities, usually at a junction, to allow cleaning, inspection, connections, and repairs.
The road in front of your home may be owned by the Region of Peel. Click here for a list of roads in Brampton that are owned and maintained by the Region of Peel.
A sanitary sewer collects wastewater, such as the flows from toilets, sinks, showers and laundry and directs it to a wastewater treatment facility for treatment prior to being discharged into the lake.
This pipe carries wastewater from the house to a wastewater treatment plant.
The water meter monitors and measures the amount of water that comes into a house through a water service line. The Region of Peel installs, owns and maintains the water meter. Property owners are responsible for the pipes that lead into the water meter.