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Customers of our smaller water systems throughout the state are asked to voluntarily conserve water. These systems typically have limited water storage capacity and many have been running on back-up generator power since Tuesday’s storm.

Reducing unnecessary water use such as lawn irrigation, will help us to maintain available water in storage for essential uses such as hand-washing, toilet flushing, and hygiene. List of small water systems


Connecticut Water Pledges To Work With Customers Financially Impacted by the COVID-19 Crisis

We have halted shutoffs and collections for past-due balances. All customers will continue to receive water. Please be alert for scammers who may use this time to take advantage of you.

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H2O - Help 2 Our Customers Hardship Assistance Program

Our H2O, Help 2 Our Customers program can help those needing financial assistance with their water bills in order to maintain uninterrupted water service.

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Connecticut Water Reminds Business Owners to Flush Pipes

As many businesses in Connecticut prepare to re-open in the coming weeks, Connecticut Water reminds business owners to flush the pipes of buildings that may have been vacant or had very little water use during the Stay Home, Stay Safe order period.

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