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QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR WATER BILL
Unidirectional flushing has begun and will
continue through November 22nd, 2013. Starting on November 14th,
we will be flushing Cass Ave from Herbert to Wood, Elm Street
from Herbert to Wood Ave. Robinson Street, Winthrop Street, Delude
Avenue, Wood Avenue, Burnside Avenue, Mill Street, and all other
side streets in these areas.
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Water Meters Located in
Shallow Pits in Building Basements
Rules and Regulations
Procedure To Install Water
Water Division Material
Contact the Water Division
Engineer at 401-597-6680 with any additional questions.
For Residential Customers
- Get a Conservation Kit from the
Water Department! Its free! Call 401-767-9297 to get yours
today. The kit includes a low flow showerhead, 2 aerators for
sinks, a toilet tank bank to conserve water when you flush and a
leak pill that can test your system for leaks.
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The Woonsocket Water Division
recognizes the cornerstone to providing quality drinking water and
dependable service is the replacement and maintenance of critical
Woonsocket Water's commitment to excellence is further
demonstrated by our investment in our employees. All system
operators are state-certified based on a successful comprehensive
national examination and continuing education requirements.
For public comment on an ongoing basis, customers can contact
the office of Mayor Leo T. Fontaine or attend the Woonsocket City
Council Meetings. The Council holds hearings on budget and other
financial matters, approves contracts and considers ordinances that
create or amend local laws. Some of these matters affect the
operation of the Woonsocket Water Division. The council meets on
the first and third Monday of every month at 7:00 pm in Harris Hall
in City Hall, 169 Main Street, Woonsocket, RI. The meetings are
televised live on Cox Cable Channel 18. Public comment is welcome.