Stage 3 water restrictions are in effect for all North Cowichan water systems. Sprinkling is not permitted at this time.
North Cowichan’s Climate Action and Energy Plan is focused on reducing community greenhouse gas emissions and supporting the increased adoption of electric vehicles as they reduce air and carbon pollution.
North Cowichan offers EV charging at the following locations:
|Station location & address||Number of ports (parking stalls)||Type of station|
9799 Waterwheel Cres, Chemainus
8113 Queen Street, Duncan
|Cowichan Region Visitor Centre
2896 Drinkwater Road, Duncan
To use an electric vehicle charging station, download the free FLO EV Charging Network app to your smartphone and follow the instructions. Drivers are encouraged to keep their stays at charging stations to two hours to provide access to other drivers needing a charge.
Electric Vehicle Strategy
North Cowichan’s Electric Vehicle Strategy will commence in 2023, to guide the expansion of the charging network and accelerate the adoption of EVs. The Strategy is intended to support the Municipality’s Climate Action and Energy Plan’s goal of “100% of new vehicle sales are electric by 2030”.
• For a map of public and private charging stations throughout the region, visit ChargeHub or PlugShare.
• Households and businesses interested in implementing EV charging at home or at work should check out Plug In BC’s Charging Solutions and Incentives and Emotive.
To learn more, check out North Cowichan's Climate Action and Energy Plan.