Water Tools and Resources
Here you will find a variety of tools and sources of information about water resources in British Columbia. These tools can be used by the public for investigating water resources, and as a decision support tool for water managers around the province.
The BC Agriculture Water Calculator helps agriculture water users in British Columbia estimate the annual irrigation or livestock water demand for a farm.
An iMap application that is specific to accessing and querying provincial water data.
Access regionalized information about natural water availability, existing water users, and monitoring data using easy to use, map based tools.
These questions and answers will help you to determine if your water use requires a water licence and if so, what is needed to submit your application.
Search the province for registered wells using known location information, or by browsing the map.
Access a wide variety of information on surface water and groundwater. Here you will find general information, how to apply for authorizations, as well as access to policies and regulations.
View the registry of provincial well drillers and well pump installers.
A series of short how-to videos that will step you through the process of loading the Discovery Tool into Google Earth, and creating a digital file showing the necessary features required for your application.
Online application that provides information on authorized water use in BC by searching the stream name, water use purpose, and/or water licence number.The Water Portal presents data from a variety of sources related to water resource management across the province.