Effective September 2018, the Town of Woodstock is no longer reading water meters for Bi-annual Water & Sewer billing (March and September).
In order to be sure we are billing accurately, we strongly recommend all water meters are read at least once a year (either February or August). If your property is a rental, we recommend meters are read twice a year.
New Online Portal – This portal allows Town of Woodstock Water & Sewer Customers to access their account information for current and previous bills, meter readings and payments. If you would like access to this portal, please contact the Town Hall at 506-325-4600 (ext 0) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Register for Notifications – Register on the website www.town.woodstock.nb.ca in order to receive important information like brush pickup, boil orders, meter readings or rezonings through email, text or phone calls. If you download our app you can receive push notifications.
- Your civic number should be easy to see from the road.
- It should be posted in a high position with year-round visibility.
- The number should be in a colour that contrasts with the building, mailbox or signpost (e.g. black on white, not gold on beige).
- Reflective numbers or blue plates are best. (Blue plates are bright blue civic number plates with reflective white numbers.)
- Use your mailbox only if it is on the same side of the road as your home.
- The civic number should be big enough to see from the road, preferably in a location that is visible to vehicle traveling in either direction.
- - If the number is located on a signpost or a building within 15 m (49 ft) from the roadway, it should be at least 65 mm (2.5 in) in height.
- - If the number is located on a building 15 metres or farther from the roadway, it should be not less than 100 millimetres (4 inches) in height.
- If the number is on a signpost, the post should be placed where the driveway meets the road.
- Never attach a civic number to road signs, telephone or "hydro” poles.
- Ensure it contains clear numbers, not words or Roman numerals (e.g., 12, not XII or Twelve).