Water and Sewer
Town of Riverview / Water and Sewer

Like any modern community, the Town of Riverview provides water, sewer and sewerage treatment services for its residential and commercial properties. Commercial, industrial and multi-residential properties receive metered, quarterly billing based on volume of usage, while other users play a flat quarterly rate.

The Town purchases its water supply from the Turtle Creek Reservoir which is owned and operated by the City of Moncton. Sanitary waste water is piped to TransAqua in Riverview for treatment prior to its release into the Petitcodiac River. A portion of customers' annual water and sewer bill covers the cost of wastewater treatment.


Residential property owners pay a flat rate for water and sewer service totalling $874 per year or $218.50 per quarter.

Commercial property owners pay a metered rate for water and sewer service at $3.15 per cubic meter.

Water and sewer billings are issued quarterly at the beginning of the month payment is due. Payment must be made on the following dates to avoid incurring interest: Feb. 28, May 31, Aug. 31 and Nov. 30.

Go paperless

To receive your water and sewer bill by email, complete the E-Bill registration form.

Payment options

You may pay your quarterly bill:

  • Online through Service New Brunswick.
  • Online through your bank. Select "Riverview (Town of) Water & Sewer" as the payee and reference your 8 digit account number without the decimal.
  • In person at Riverview Town Hall (Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)
  • By phone, call (506) 387-2020.
  • Auto-Pay. Have your quarterly bill paid automatically through your financial institution. Download the Auto-Pay form and attach a void cheque. Send a copy to [email protected] or mail to Town of Riverview, 30 Honour House Court, Riverview NB E1B 3Y9.


Did You Know?

  • The water tower located on the Trites Road extension is 48 m tall and holds 4,500,000 litres or 1,000,000 gallons of water.
  • There are two separate water pressure zones in Riverview: a gravity zone, where water is fed by gravity from the Turtle Creek reservoir, and a pressurized zone, where the water is pumped to the top of the water tower at the end of Trites Road.
  • The Town installed a water dispensing station in the fire station parking lot where contractors and individuals can fill bulk water tanks.
  • The Town has storm sewer pipes as big as 1.8 metres (6 feet) in diameter. The storm sewer pipes vary from 30 cm to 1800 cm.
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