LYNNFIELD — The Lynnfield Center Water District (LCWD) will begin flushing underground water main pipes within the district to improve water quality and to test and operate the water system’s valves and fire hydrants.
WINTHROP — Town Manager Anthony Marino, Public Works Director Steven R. Calla and Health Director Meredith Hurley are today issuing a notice to the Winthrop community, as required under recent revisions to federal public water guidelines. Recent revisions to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Lead and Copper Rule now require a public notification within 24 hours […]
ROWLEY – The Rowley Water Department would like to announce its 2022 Flushing Schedule for Rowley residents. Water main flushing will begin during the week of Oct. 17 and continue for approximately three weeks. Flushing is expected to take place from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on each designated flushing day. Residents should note on […]
WEST NEWBURY — Water Department Superintendent Michael Gootee would like to announce that a new water valving system will be installed in town this week. On Thursday, Sept. 8, the the West Newbury Water Department along with contractors will be installing a three-way valving system on the water main located in the driveway of Long […]
GLOUCESTER – Mayor Greg Verga and the City of Gloucester wish to update the community on water use restrictions, and urge all residents and businesses to conserve water whenever possible.
ROWLEY – The Rowley Water Department reports that customers should expect discolored water due to impacts on the system resulting from efforts to fight an ongoing brush fire in Georgetown.
GROVELAND 一 Town Administrator Rebecca Oldham and Water and Sewer Superintendent Colin Stokes are pleased to announce that a limited number of free rain barrels will be available to help residents conserve water.
GEORGETOWN — The Georgetown Water Department announces that the town is under a Phase 4 water restriction, which bans all unattended non-essential outdoor water use.
While Water Supply is Ample, Brookline DPW Advises Residents to Conserve as a Best Practice for Maintaining Future Healthy Reservoir Levels
BROOKLINE– Commissioner Erin Gallentine and the Brookline Department of Public Works wish to assure residents that although there are drought conditions in the region, the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority has reported there is ample water supply for its members.
LYNNFIELD – Early last week, the Lynnfield Center Water District implemented a full outdoor water ban in response to prolonged hot and dry weather and higher-than-normal customer demand.