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North Westside Road Area Fire Hydrants

Westshore Estates and Killiney Beach

Last updated January 25, 2015

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Consolidated Ticket Information Utilization Bylaw 435

Fail to maintain a clear area around hydrant $150.00 fine

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The Fire Hydrants at Westshore Estates (map) and Killiney Beach (map) are covered in snow and not accessible.  If there were a fire, the snow would have to be removed from around the fire hydrant first before fighting the fire.

One local member of the community emailed us some photos on Feb 15, 2008, and said he made a complaint before this, but yet nothing has been done about it.  This local has said that he has made complaints to Hilary Hettinga Director of Engineering at RDCO, Central Okanagan West Director Jim Edgson, plus the local Fire Dept.

On Feb 21, 2008 we went around and took some more photos.  We kept taking photos as the days went by and by March 01, 2008 we only saw one fire hydrant RDCO may have made sure was shovelled clear of snow which was fire hydrant #12 at Killiney Beach on Udell Road.  We made a complaint about fire hydrant #12 on Feb 25, 2008 to Hilary Hettinga Director of Engineering at Regional District of Central Okanagan sending him an email with a photo of fire hydrant #12 taken on Feb 21, 2008 regarding fire hydrant #12 being covered in snow and fire hydrant #12 was shovelled by March 01, 2008 , but other fire hydrants were still not shovelled by March 02, 2008.  On March 02, 2008 fire hydrants #7, #31, and #32 had not been shovelled that we could tell .... have a look at the pictures by clicking the links above for each of these fire hydrants.  How many people and how many times do complaints have to be made for these fire hydrants to be shovelled?  We are sending another email March 02, 2008 regarding fire hydrants #7, #31, and #32.

June 29, 2011 we emailed the North Westside Road Fire Chief saying quote,

"Look what we just found. Are properties abutting the fire hydrants suppose to keep the fire hydrant clear of snow or the Fire Dept I wonder?

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Fail to maintain a clear area around hydrant $150.00 fine

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Snow in the winter as well as any shrubs, landscaping, tall grass, etc. that might impair the visibility or operation of the hydrant located on or within 300 m of your property. That being said the smart thing to do for you, your family and your neighbours is to clear an obstructed hydrant if you can and report it (damaged hydrants should always be reported) if you can’t clear it. The hydrants belong to the local residents that paid for them (as you are aware) and are there for your protection why would you not clear them or report a damaged one? If you wish the RDCO to clear hydrants that would be Engineering as hydrant/water system maintenance falls to their department. You can discuss this with them but I believe the cost would be prohibitive, the service not timely (they don’t work nights, weekends or holidays). What the fire department has done is acquired reflective hydrant markers that we sell back to Engineering to put on the hydrants so that we can locate them more easily at night, fog or even buried in snow. A hydrant buried in snow can be cleared by the fire department for operational purposes in seconds, the biggest danger to the buried hydrant is from road clearing. If the plough truck sheers the hydrant that hydrant will be out of service until replaced and the Local Service Area residents will most likely end up paying for all repair/replacement cost including the labour and machinery necessary to fix it.

I receive many calls from residents on water system issues in both the private and public systems (no water, leaks, damaged or obstructed hydrants, etc) and do not mind contacting the department or person responsible for action. I actually prefer this course as I am easier to contact, I have interest on both the private and public systems (RDCO only has interest in their systems whereas they are all important to the fire department) and the fire department would now be aware of the problem should we be responding to a fire in that area.

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The following information regarding fire hydrants is on the North Westside Fire Rescue website:

Hydrant Testing The annual hydrant tests will be conducted by the Fire Chief starting in early spring. All hydrants within Killiney and Westshores (RDCO systems) are tested once a year by law. At this time the area around the hydrant is cleared of any obstructions and the hydrant is opened and flushed. This will result in a large amount of high-pressure water being discharged from the hydrant ports for the short period of time that it takes for the water to run clear. Due to the extreme volume of water and pressures involved it is not possible to attach a loose hose to the hydrant to direct the water away from objects, plants or landscaping that some residents have placed in this right-of-way. All hydrants are on RDCO right-of-way and nothing should be placed in this area that impedes or interferes with this annual testing or actual use in an emergency this testing is required by the insurance companies for you to maintain the premium discount you currently receive on your home insurance.

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Local Fire Hydrants (from page 10 of the North Westside Communities Newsletter)
There seems to be some concern in the community over the fire hydrants being covered in snow. There is no requirement to clear snow in either the British Columbia Fire Code, NFPA Standards or Regional District legislation. Fire Hydrant location was a major concern for the fire department until we received the map sets that we now operate from that clearly locate the hydrants in the public systems and La Casa. The two private systems are not as clearly identified with no map location, but are smaller areas with far fewer hydrants. I have been requesting hydrant markers for all hydrants for a number of years with no results. Perhaps the complaints received this year will help move this along, if not, keep complaining and we will get the markers someday. The fire department would like to thank all those residents that took the extra time and effort to clear the hydrant that services their own and their neighbors’ homes. Good on you, you are truly an asset to your community.

Chief Wayne Carson

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From the Office of the Fire Commissioner:

The Office of the Fire Commissioner has no jurisdiction over the fire departments in the province. Every jurisdiction determines what services it will provide.

The snow covered hydrants should be dealt with an operational guideline from the Regional District. The guideline should spell out what would be done after each snow fall and a time limit could be imposed as to when the clearing work would be completed.

M. Grandbois
Office of the Fire Commissioner

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Here are pictures of the fire hydrants and MapQuest links to Westshore Estates and to Killiney Beach

We are told that there is usually at least one yellow post near a fire hydrant.  Two posts are not necessarily marking fire hydrants.

Fire Hydrant # 6 buried in such deep snow that you can't even see it.
Fire Hydrant #6 from Feb 15, 2008 email.  Photo was taken from Westshore Road near Bluebird Road at Westshore Estates looking up the hill.  The fire hydrant is buried in such deep snow that you can't even see it.

 

Fire hydrant #6 on Westshore Road at the corner of Bluebird Road
Now we can see it on Feb 21, 2008.
This is fire hydrant #6 on Westshore Road at Bluebird Road looking down the hill.

 

Fire hydrant #6 on Westshore Road at Bluebird Road at Westshore Estates on Feb 24, 2008
Fire hydrant #6 on Westshore Road at Bluebird Road at Westshore Estates on Feb 24, 2008 looking up the hill.

 

This photo of Fire hydrant #6 at Westshore Estates was taken on March 2, 2008.

 

Fire hydrant # 7.  You can see the yellow markers but not the fire hydrant.
Fire hydrant #7 at Westshore Estates from email Feb 15, 2008. You can see the yellow markers but not the fire hydrant.

 


Photo of Fire Hydrant #7 on Westshore Road at Westshore Estates.  As you can see the fire hydrant is barely poking its noggin out of the snow ... how are the fire fighters suppose to know it is way over there away from any yellow posts???  I can just see the firemen getting shit because they can't find the fire hydrant.  Especially being so far from the two yellow posts, shouldn't it have a post of its own?  If the hydrant was uncovered first, the firemen would have no problem would they?  If there was a fire at these houses (more than one house nearby that would use this hydrant and one with smoke coming out of its chimney) and the snow was a little deeper (like earlier in the year) the firemen may not find the hydrant.  This fire hydrant #7 needs a marker.

 

Fire Hydrant #7 at Westshore Estates just down the hill from Northern View Dr
We took this photo Feb 21, 2008.  Can you believe it, the hydrant is a little ways away from the yellow posts and there is not one yellow post near the fire hydrant ....isn't that strange why the hydrant isn't located near a yellow post ... most of the other fire hydrants are near a marker of some kind???
I walked over to fire hydrant #7 so I could uncover the number to see it and my leg sunk into the snow up around my knees.  Then I went to pull my foot out and my shoe got stuck, so I ended up losing my shoe in the hole and pulling my leg out without a shoe lol... I had to dig my shoe out with my hand and dump the snow out of it before I could put it back on lol !!!  It's really deep snow in there.  It was such a nice day and things were melting and by the time I got my shoe on, from sitting in the snow, my jeans were soaked.  You would think whoever is responsible (I don't know who is responsible except that Allastair Fergusson from the North Westside Ratepayers Association said to me that he felt the Fire Chief was responsible) would have the snow shovelled to get to the hydrant and around the hydrant if the snow is that deep... before a fire and not during!  The fire dept members would have a hard time to get to (or even find) the hydrants without getting stuck in the snow walking over to hydrant #7 and carrying a hose.  If I sank, they would surely sink in all the heavy gear they wear.

 

Fire hydrant #7 on March 2, 2008
Photo was taken on March 2, 2008 and shows that fire hydrant #7 was not shoveled on this date.
Photo was taken on March 2, 2008 and shows that fire hydrant #7 was not shovelled yet by March 02, 2008.

 

Fire hydrant #9 Feb 24, 2008
Fire Hydrant # 9 at Westshore Estates Feb 24, 2008

 

Fire Hydrant # 12.  You can see the yellow markers but not the fire hydrant itself.
Fire Hydrant #12 from email Feb 15, 2008 at Westshore Estates. You can see the yellow markers but not the fire hydrant itself. Whoopsi .... now on Feb 21 we found hydrant #12 and this picture above doesn't look like fire hydrant #12.  We took this picture below on Crown Cres., which looks just like this picture above.  There is probably no hydrant between those two yellow poles.

 

Poles near or on Crown Cres. at Westshore Estates.
We found these yellow marker poles on Crown Cres. at Westshore Road at Westshore Estates without a fire hydrant.  This photo was taken Feb 21, 2008.  These yellow poles were probably mistaken for Fire hydrant #12 we think because we found fire hydrant #12 not far down the road from those two yellow poles.

 

Fire hydrant #11 at the corner of Westshore Road and Crown Cres. on Feb 24, 2008
Fire hydrant #11 is found at Crown Cres and Westshore Road.  You find fire hydrant #12 farther to the left in this photo of fire hydrant #11 on Crown Cres.

 

Fire hydrant #11 Crown Cres at Westshore Road Feb 24, 2008
Photo we took on Feb 24, 2008 of fire hydrant #11 on Crown Cres at Westshore Road.

 

 

Fire hydrant #12 on Crown Cres at Westshore Estates
Here is a photo we took Feb 24, 2008 of fire hydrant #12 on Crown Cres

 

Fire hydrant # 13.  You can't see the fire hydrant.
This photo of fire hydrant #13 at Westshore Estates was emailed to us on Feb 15, 2008, which you can't see the fire hydrant.  (We think this picture is maybe not of fire hydrant #13 and the local got this photo mixed up because we found hydrant #13 in the photo below and there is a hydro pole beside it and you cannot see a hydro pole in this photo).

 

Fire hydrant #13 on Crown Cres at Westshore Estates.
Here is fire hydrant #13 on Crown Cres at Westshore Estates and it is the only fire hydrant we saw shoveled in the whole of Westshore Estates, and we found almost all the fire hydrants at Westshore Estates.

 

Fire Hydrant #21 at Westshore Estates on Feb 24, 2008
Fire hydrant #21 on Feb 24, 2008 Columbia Way Westshore Estates

 

We received an email Feb 15, 2008 saying this was fire hydrant #23
Fire hydrant # 23.  You can only see the top of the fire hydrant sticking out of the snow.
This photo may be fire hydrant #34 or another fire hydrant and not fire hydrant #23.  It also looks like it could be fire hydrant #31.
The email we received Feb 15, 2008 with this photo said it was Fire hydrant #23 at Westshore Estates. You can only see the top of the fire hydrant sticking out of the snow.  I guess we didn't find fire hydrant #23 because when looking through the photos we took Feb 21, 2008, we can't find a picture of it.  We must have missed this one... but we did find most of them.  We went back Feb 24, 2008 and took a picture of fire hydrant #23 (below).

 

Fire Hydrant #23 at Westshore Estates Feb 24, 2008
We went back and took a photo of Fire hydrant #23 at Westshore Estates on Columbia Way Feb 24, 2008

 

Fire hydrant #25 on Hemlock at Westshore Estates on Feb 21, 2008
Fire hydrant #25 on Mountain Drive at Westshore Estates Feb 21, 2008

 

Hydrant #30 on Lakewood Road at Westshore Estates on Feb 21, 2008
Fire Hydrant #30 on Lakewood Road at Westshore Estates on Feb 21, 2008

 

Fire hydrant #31 on Lakewood Road at Westshore Estates on Feb 21, 2008
Fire hydrant #31 on Lakewood Road at Westshore Estates.  Photo taken on Feb 21, 2008.  This fire hydrant may have been mistaken as fire hydrant #23

Photo of fire hydrant #31 on March 02, 2008
Photo of fire hydrant #31 at Westshore Estates taken on March 2, 2008.
This photo was taken on March 2, 2008.  Can you see fire fighters loaded with all their gear walking in that deep snow?

 

Fire hydrant #32 at Westshore Estates buried in snow
Fire hydrant #32 at Westshore Estates buried in snow.  Photo was taken Feb 21, 2008

Photo taken of fire hydrant #32 on March 02, 2008
Fire hydrant #32 had not been shovelled as of March 02, 2008

 

This photo of fire hydrant #34 may be the same fire hydrant as in the photo we were emailed Feb 15, 2008 and told it was fire hydrant #23
Fire hydrant # 34.  You can just see the top of the fire hydrant.  Looks like the plow may have plowed it in, making it packed with ice as well.
Fire hydrant #34 at Westshore Estates we were emailed on Feb. 15, 2008. You can just see the top of the fire hydrant. Looks like the plow may have plowed it in, making it packed with ice as well.

 

Fire hydrant #34 on Hillcrest Way at Westshore Estates.  Photo taken on Feb 21, 2008
Fire hydrant #34 at Westshore Estates. Photo taken on Feb 21, 2008

 

Fire hydrant #34 on Hillcrest Way at Westshore Estates on Feb 21, 2008
Fire hydrant #34 at Westshore Estates. Photo taken on Feb 21, 2008

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okanaganlakebc.ca took the pictures at Estamont on Feb 17, 2008

Fire hydrant with flag so the snow plow doesn't hit it.
This picture was taken on Feb 17, 2008 at Estamont (located on the right on Nerie Road heading south).
One local from Estamont said this fire hydrant  was broken at one time and there was a dispute between the water purveyor and the snow plow that may have broken it.  This local said they think the water purveyor finally broke down and replaced it.  The local said that one of the Estamont neighbours took it upon their own initiative to put the flag at the fire hydrant so that a snow plow will see it next time if that was the case and won't hit it as easily.  Glad to see someone had a good idea to make things work using very little money!  Kudos to Estamont!!

 

Fire hydrant at Estamont Beach found along Elliot Road on right heading down into the subdivision
This fire hydrant is found at Estamont along the right side of Elliot road when you head down into the subdivision.  This is what it looked like on Feb. 17, 2008.

One local from Estamont says that Estamont is lucky (lucky was the word that was used) to have one of the neighbours who owns a snow plow keeping the fire hydrants cleared of snow.  More Kudos to Estamont for looking after things... way to go!!

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Lower Killiney Beach Fire Hydrants

Fire hydrant # 26 at Killiney Beach on Kildare looks clear Feb 17, 2008
This is fire hydrant #26 on Kildare Way in front of the house that burned on Feb 16, 2008.  This picture shows how the fire hydrant looked on Feb 17, 2008.  You can see how close the fire hydrant was to the house that was on fire (cause was a chimney fire).  You can see the yellow "Do Not Cross" tape across the driveway in this picture.

 

House fire on Feb 16, 2008 on Kildare at Killiney Beach.  The cause is rumoured to be a chimney fire.
Photo of the house that burned on Kildare Way at Killiney Beach Feb 16, 2008 after the chimney fire and after the fire dept tried to extinguish it.  As you can see, the roof caved in and a couple beds were thrown outside.  It looks like it was a very nice house before the fire destroyed it.  One neighbour said the owner worked on it for years to make it nice like that.

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Upper Killiney Beach

Photo taken of fire hydrant #12 on Feb 21, 2008
Fire hydrant #12 on Udell Road
Photo taken Feb 21, 2008 of fire hydrant #12 on Udell Road at Killiney Beach up the hill from the fire hall.

 

Fire hydrant #12 on Udell Road at Killiney Beach on Feb 29, 2008
Photo taken Feb. 29, 2008 of fire hydrant #12 on Udell Road at Killiney Beach

 

Photo taken of fire hydrant #12 on March 01, 2008

March 1, 2008 fire hydrant #12 on Udell Road at Killiney Beach cleared of snow.

 

Hydrant #20 at Killiney Beach on Killarney Way Feb 18, 2008
After the fire on Kildare Way Feb 16, 2008, we drove past hydrant #20 on Killarney Way at Killiney Beach and this is what it looked like Feb 18, 2008.

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