The Acton Water District is a community public water supply that delivers high quality drinking water to the majority (about 95 percent) of the residents of the town of Acton, Massachusetts. All of the water provided from the District comes from eleven wells located within the town of Acton. The District’s system consists of approximately 135 miles of water main, four storage tanks, and a variety of treatment facilities that assist in the production of high quality finished water.
The Acton Water District is a municipal entity separate from the Town of Acton chartered by the Massachusetts Legislature’s Acts of 1912. The Town of Acton’s web site is www.Acton-Ma.gov.
Contact UsFor emergencies, a District employee is on call 24 hours a day. To reach the operator on call dial 978-263-9107 and follow the instructions.
Pay OnlineClick here to go to our payment center. If you do not know your account number, please refer to your bill or call the office during normal business hours.
Click here for information on how to receive publications and bills online instead of USPS.
Click here for all Public Records Requests.
The bond debt fee will change for the October 2019 water bills.
The latest water quality report summarizing water samples collected throughout our system in 2018 is available at www.actonwater.com/ccr. Please share this information with other users of water in your home, business, or neighborhood. If you require an alternate form of this report or have questions on the information contained in it, please contact Matthew Mostoller, Environmental Manager at 978-263-9107.
The master plan is available for download however due to the size there are 2 parts available, the master plan final version and the appendices.
The Water Supply District of Acton is now offering a Senior Citizen Water Bill Discount. Click here for more information.
Information on this emerging contaminant, links, fact sheets and press release can be found here.
The following Rules, Regulations and Rates, in addition to the applicable provisions of Massachusetts law, shall be considered a part of the Contract with every person
using or seeking to use the water and binding on all water takers.