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Water Management is performing its annual water treatment disinfection changeover process, which takes about a month to complete. This process is required by federal & state regulations. It will not affect the safety or quality of Durham’s drinking water.
While Water Management assists its OWASA neighbors with their ongoing water emergency, the department reminds Durham water customers that our drinking water is completely safe. There are no concerns regarding the quality or quantity of our water supply.
Demolition Work Expected to Begin No Earlier Than Friday, 1/27/2017
Sounds of air horns and what appears to be thunder at the Williams Water Treatment Plant in the coming days should not be cause for alarm. As part of ongoing expansion and improvement work...
Third-Party Water Sample Requests Are Not Endorsed by City
The City’s Department of Water Management has learned that a private company (or companies) is soliciting tap water samples from Durham residents. Some of our customers have contacted Water Managem...
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized the City ofDurham’s Department of Water Management with a 2016 WaterSense Excellence Award as a leader in saving water for future generations.