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  1. Williams WTP Reservoir Apron Replacement Underway

    A project is underway to replace the aging concrete apron surrounding the terminal reservoir at Williams Water Treatment Plant. To complete this project, the reservoir will be drained in late September. This will not impact Durham's water supply. Read the full news release...
  2. 2016 Durham Water Quality Report Now Available

    The Department of Water Management is proud to announce that once again, Durham posted ZERO water quality standard violations in 2016. Additionally, the City's drinking water quality continues to meet or exceed all state and federal standards. Additional Info...
  3. Consumer Alert: Third-Party Water Sample Solicitations

    Water Management wants customers to be aware that recent door-to-door requests for residential water samples are NOT issued by nor affiliated with the City of Durham in any way. Read the full consumer alert...
  4. Water Management Wins 2016 WaterSense® Excellence Award

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized the City of Durham’s Department of Water Management with a 2016 WaterSense Excellence Award as a leader in saving water for future generations. Read the full news release...
  1. Project Update | September 14, 2017

    Watch out for lane shifts and flaggers on East Main Street between Roxboro Street and Fayetteville Street, Hood Street, South Elizabeth Street, and Ramseur Street, during the week of September 18. Read on...
  2. Project Update | September 7, 2017

    Lane shifts along East Main Street between Roxboro Street and Fayetteville Street, Hood Street, South Elizabeth Street, and Ramseur Street will occur the week of September 11. Read on...
  3. Project Update | August 31, 2017

    No work is planned for Labor Day, September 4. Beginning September 5, sidewalk, curb, and waterline work will require lane shifts along sections of East Main, Hood, and South Elizabeth streets, and Angier Avenue. Read on...

Annual Sewer System for FY2016 Now Available

   Read the full FY2016 Annual Sewer System report.