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©2013, Village of Bawlf, All Rights Reserved. | Administrative Office located at 203 Hanson Street. Mailing Address: Box 40, Bawlf, Alberta T0B 0J0
Village of 
Monday- Thursday

Open 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
Closed from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

Phone: 780-373-3797
Fax: 780-373-3798
Email:  admin@bawlf.com
Population of 422, located 24 km east of Camrose, Alberta on Highway 13. 
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Map of Bawlf
Civic addresses and corresponding Lot Block and Plan
Village Voice
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Information about setting up services

Village Lots
Final Village Lot Sold!!
Contact Dennis Johnson or 
Steve Haugen
Battle River Realty
Phone:(780) 672-7761
Fax:(780) 672-7764
Email us
Water Conservation Tips

Tips for the Bathroom 

Your toilet can be responsible for 90% of all leaks. To find out if your toilet has a leak:
Drop some food coloring in your toilet tank 
If you see the color flowing into the toilet bowl, you have a leak 
It may be time to replace the flapper valve, or you may need to replace or adjust the handle. 
If your toilet is using more than 6 liters of water per flush it may be time to replace it with a water efficient model.

Never flush paints, solvents, or other chemicals down the toilet.
Instead, use durable containers to store these hazardous products. 
Take shorter showers.
Replace your showerhead with an ultra-low flow version available through the City of Camrose, Engineering or at any local hardware store. 
Check all faucets.
A leaky faucet may simply need a new washer. 
You can also install high-efficiency, low flow faucet aerators available at local hardware stores. 

Tips for the Kitchen 

Easy Things You Can Do to Save Water
Thawing food under the tap wastes water. Take food out of the freezer early to allow plenty of time to thaw in the fridge.
Keep a bottle of drinking water in the fridge instead of running the tap for cold water.
Clean fruits and vegetables in a partially filled sink.
Steaming vegetables uses less water while keeping more nutrients in the food.
Run the dishwasher only when it is full, and use the energy saver or shortest cycle.
Don't let the tap run continuously when washing dishes by hand. Use the second side of the sink for rinse water.
Turn taps off tightly, but gently so they don't drip. 
Never put garbage of any kind down the drain.
cooking fat and greases 
paints and solvents 
pesticides and other chemicals 
toxic household cleaners

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