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As a different kind of utility, Connecticut Water is committed to serving our local communities, customers, the environment, and our dedicated employees. See the latest happenings and stories in our service communities.
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Connecticut Water Invites Customers and Public to its Drinking Water Treatment Facility Open House in Vernon-Rockville on September 20Read more
Water Main Project in Farmington Starting Week of Sept. 18Read more
Connecticut Water Company is beginning installation of a new water main the week of Sept. 18 in Farmington on Knollwood Road between Northwoods Road and Wyndwood Road.
Water Main Project in South Windsor Starts This WeekRead more
Connecticut Water Company is beginning installation of a new water main the week of Sept. 5 in South Windsor on High Street, Hillside Drive, Steep Road, Aroda Drive and Greenfield Drive.
Connecticut Water Boosts Customer Assistance Through Continued Operation Fuel PartnershipRead more
Connecticut Water Company and Operation Fuel have announced they are continuing their partnership to reach customers who qualify for financial assistance. The partnership supplements assistance available through the company’s existing H2O — Help to Others — program.
Water Main Project in the Thompsonville section of Enfield.Read more
$700,000 project beginning the week of August 7 to replace water main installed in 1955.
60% of Customers Don’t Know What They Pay for Water, and Half Overestimate the Cost.Read more
Nearly 85% believe water service is a very good or good value when they learn the actual cost.
Connecticut Water Invites Customers and Public to Water Treatment Facility Open House in Naugatuck on August 10.Read more
Stewart Facility is the largest source of Drinking Water for customers in the Naugatuck Valley.
Connecticut Water Invites Customers and Public to Water Treatment Facility Open House in Clinton on July 18.Read more
MacKenzie Facility is largest source of Drinking Water for customers in the Shoreline Region.
Water Main Project in Stafford Springs $850,000 project beginning the week July 10 to replace 70 year old water main.Read more
Water Drop Watchers Graduates.Read more
Connecticut Water “Graduates” nearly 600 Third Graders from Water Education Curriculum during School Year.
Connecticut Water Announces Plan for Solar Array in Clinton.Read more
Combination roof and ground-mount installation will completely offset electrical consumption at corporate office and southern region work center.
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