Connecticut Water is keenly aware of its broader responsibility as a business regarding environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. The company has been actively involved in state policy and programs to support these important efforts in Connecticut for years.
Beginning on Monday, June 21, 2021, the section of Elm Street, Route 140, between Center Street and West Street in Windsor Locks will be closed to through traffic between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. A detour, via West, Spring and Center streets, will be in place and police will be on site for traffic control.
Connecticut Water reminds residents that water is a precious resource and using water wisely this summer can ensure that we have enough water for basic needs, economic development and the environment.
Connecticut Water has partnered with Upcycle Products to provide customers the opportunity to purchase rain barrels at a discount and have them shipped directly to their homes.
Connecticut Water is announcing that the ability to sign-up for COVID-19 extended payment plans has been extended to July 20 in alignment with the extension of the Governor’s emergency orders regarding public health and civil preparedness emergencies, which were set to expire on May 19. The extended payment plans are available for any customer who needs it. COVID-19 Payment plans require no initial or down payment, can last up to 24 months, and waive fees and interest. In addition, the company’s H2O - Help 2 Our Customers assistance program provides for payment plans and bill reductions for income-eligible customers.
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