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  1. City to Perform Temporary Water Disinfection Changeover

    Durham water customers may notice a slight change in the taste and smell of their tap water beginning Feb. 26 and continuing through Apr. 12 as the Department of Water Management performs its annual water treatment disinfection changeover process. Read on...
  2. Water Management Statement on System Security

    Water Management (DWM) wants to reassure Durham water customers that the City’s drinking water is safe and that our water system controls are secure. This announcement follows a recent cyberattack on a water treatment facility in Oldsmar, Florida. Read on...
  3. The Water Hardship Fund

    Are you are struggling to pay your water bill? The City would like to help through the Water Hardship Fund. Read on...
  4. Water Management Wins 2020 WaterSense® Excellence Award

    For the fifth year in a row, the U.S. EPA recognized the Department of Water Management with a WaterSense Excellence Award. This particular award honors the department’s Water Efficiency team for Excellence in Outreach and Promoting Labeled Products. Read on...
  5. Durham Water Has Returned to Regular Billing Practices

    We know that many in our community have lost their jobs, businesses, and healthcare coverage in this pandemic. To provide support, we decided in early March to stop disconnecting residential water customers for nonpayment. Read on...
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