Connecticut Water today announced that a $650,000 water main replacement project will begin on South Main Street (Route 5) in East Windsor on May 31st to replace 5,000 feet, or nearly one-half mile, of 60 year old water main. The project will begin at the intersection of Thompson Road. Customers and motorists can sign-up for project updates.
Connecticut Water is leading two hikes on its watershed properties in Killingworth and Tolland on Saturday, June 3, as part of this year’s sponsorship of the Connecticut Forest & Park Association’s Connecticut Trails Day 2017. All hikers will be entered into a raffle to win a gift certificate to LL Bean. Connecticut Water will also be providing reusable water bottles and drawstring bags for the first 20 hikers to attend.
On Tuesday, May 9, 2017, as part of National Drinking Water Week, a team of Connecticut Water employees worked to continue the restoration of an aquifer area on land owned by the Town of Farmington near the Farmington River.
Connecticut Water today announced that a $1 million water main replacement project began on Main Street in Terryville during this week to replace 2,400 feet, or more than one-half mile, of 75 year old water main.
Come join the fun at the Shenipsit Lake Reservoir on Saturday, May 20, from 7 a.m. to noon, for a youth fishing derby. The derby is for children ages 3 to 15. The kids are split into three groups, ages 3-6, 7-10, and 11-15, to allow the little ones to get in on the fun. Free coffee and donuts will be available in the morning, and free pizza will be available after the weigh-in and awarding of trophies about noon.
Heritage Village Water Company (HVWC) under the new ownership of Connecticut Water is giving back to the community with a $25,000 donation to the Pomperaug River Watershed Coalition (PRWC).