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.
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The latest water quality report summarizing water samples collected throughout our system in 2020 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.
Information on this emerging contaminant, including a copy of the recent Public Notice (PN) mailed to all billed customers in Acton, a summary of what the PN said, water quality testing results, and helpful links can be found here.
Significant changes to our outdoor watering program include lawn watering only 1 day per week, please follow the link for more details.
The relative importance of this project is to reduce the concentrations of iron and manganese from the Conant No. 1 and No. 2 sources. The Acton Water District would be unable to meet their projected maximum day demand without these sources, and these sources have been consistently exceeding the SMCL and ORSGL for manganese. The construction of the new water treatment plant will fix the noted problems to ensure public health, safety, and reliability of the water supply.
If your building has been unoccupied or has seen a decline in occupancy during the COVID-19 Stay at Home Order, you are encouraged to flush the building water prior to resuming occupancy. Click here for more information.
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