Utilities Kingston provides customer-focused and cost-effective multi-utility services in Kingston, Ontario, including safe and reliable gas distribution services to over 14,000 customers in Central Kingston.

Employees maintain and operate:

  • 250 kilometres of gas mains
  • 224 kilometres of gas services
  • 1,353 mainline gas valves to regulate, direct, and control flows
  • and eight gas pressure regulation stations

A Reminder of Another Age

The image above shows the gas lamp on the west corner of Lower Union and King Street East. Gas street lighting just about ended with the 19th century, but one lamp remains and is maintained by Utilities Kingston.

Natural Gas Safety

Utilities Kingston puts safety first. Certified technicians help ensure public safety, while the goal that every employee goes home safely is upheld every day. While you’re visiting the website, check out related safety information for Call Before You Digsewer cross boresgas leaks and odourscarbon monoxide, and appliance safety.

Recent News – Gas

  • Know What to do if You Suspect a Gas Leak

    December 11, 2015

    Protect your home and health this heating season - report gas smells or hissing, and install and maintain a working carbon monoxide detector.

  • Is Your Gas Shut Off? Reminder for the Heating Season

    October 08, 2015

    Call Utilities Kingston if your natural gas is shut off and you’re in our service area. A certified technician will visit your home as quickly as possible. We've been receiving calls from concerned customers who are returning home to find that gas is off due to planned meter replacements over the summer.

  • Traffic Impacts due to Gas Main Replacement Project

    August 25, 2015

    To help ensure the continued safety and reliability of the municipal gas distribution system, the 2015 project to replace gas main begins September 18.

  • Planned Release of Natural Gas

    August 12, 2015

    Utilities Kingston and Kingston Fire And Rescue are advising residents that a planned release of natural gas is scheduled to take place at Lower University Avenue and Stuart Street on Thursday, Aug. 13.

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