For Utility Billing

Tax & Tolls Utility Search Request

PreAuthorized Payment Form
Sign up and enjoy the convenience of having your payment automatically withdrawn from your account. Refer to Payment Options for a bank listing.

E-Billing Set up or Cancellation - Commercial

E-Billing Set up or Cancelltion - Domestic

Change of Ownership
Notify us if you have sold your property or if you have purchased a property within our District.

* See Maps link for BMID boundaries / roads within our District.

Owner Request to Bill Tenant

Completed forms may be faxed or mailed to:
Black Mountain Irrigation District
285 Gray Rd
Kelowna, BC V1X 1W8

Ph: 250-765-5169 ....... Fax: 250-765-0277

Completed forms can also be emailed to info@bmid.ca

Alerts

Current weather patterns have created a complex series of events that will result in an extended flood season. A combination of rain and spring snow melt over the next few days will lead to rising water levels, and will increase the risk of flooding. Creeks and lakes are at full pool and any wind or weather events will create ongoing impacts for the coming weeks.

The Central Okanagan Emergency Operations Center, BMID Staff  and emergency personnel are working around the clock, planning for the worst while hoping for the best, and citizens should do the same.

With rising water levels, the possibility of widespread evacuations in the region is possible. Residents would only be ordered to evacuate if there is a threat of imminent danger. Not every sign of water inside your house is cause for an evacuation.

An evacuation alert means that residents may be asked to leave their homes with little advance notice for at least 72 hours. Residents should prepare by organizing an emergency supply kit with necessary medications, personal toiletries, change of clothing and personal and family documents.

All previous evacuation orders and alerts remain in effect. For up-to-date information about evacuation alerts and orders, visit www.cordemergency.ca/map, which is searchable by address.

For up to date information on the situation including a map and to sign up for e-updates, visit www.cordemergency.ca. Information will also be provided via the https://twitter.com/CO_Emerg and https://www.facebook.com/CORDEmergency/ or by phone at 250-469-8490 or 1-877-569-8490 (toll-free).

BMID customers are NOT currently effected by any Water Quality Advisories. Any updates will be posted on the BMID website.