Langford-Street-MapSewer Services

West Shore Environmental Services (WSES) has completed several sewer lines ready for home connections. Most are gravity sewer connections that can be connected directly to the sewer stub location on the property boundary. Low pressure sewer systems (LPSs) will require a grinder pump that must be purchased from WSES. Please contact us for details.

You'll also find answers to many service questions we receive in the Frequently Asked Questions below.

Completed Sewers by Street Name

If your street doesn't appear, please check News & Notices for current projects under design and construction, or contact us for more information.

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Future Services

The City of Langford and WSES have agreed that future sewer construction would only be approved with the intention that sewers be constructed in response to market demand and economic conditions.

The City has requested, and WSES has agreed, that all sewer extensions be funded in a manner so that there is no negative financial impact on the sewer utility. This means that any sewer extension constructed under the direction of WSES would require full cost recovery from the development or homeowner groups directly benefiting from the extension.

It is further understood the City and WSES may mutually agree to construct sewers that do not meet the above requirements in order to address community priorities, matters of public health and protection of the environment or other situations as deemed appropriate.

Frequently Asked Questions


  • Is it mandatory to connect to the Langford sewer system?

  • When and who will determine the route that sewer connections must take to reach the main line sewer?

  • Will each property be connected individually or can properties connect in pairs?


  • What are the steps for connecting to the sewer system?

  • Where is the best location for my new sewer service connection and how do I select it?

  • Who is responsible for the sewer works on my property?

  • Can property owners seek their own contractors to install the sewer connections?

  • What is the minimum pipe size for a sewer connection?

  • What are the on-site costs for connection to the sewer system?

Low Pressure Sewer Systems and Grinder Pumps

  • What is a low pressure sewer (LPS) system?

  • Will I need a pump?

  • Who owns, operates and maintains the grinder pump?

  • What size is the grinder pump assembly?

  • Why preferred grinder pumps?

  • What is the average life of a grinder pump?

  • What are the annual operating and maintenance costs of a grinder pump?

  • What happens during a power outage?