GROVELAND — Superintendent Colin Stokes reports that the Groveland Water and Sewer Department is aware of and is responding to reports of discolored water affecting some customers.
The 2019 Groveland Water & Sewer Consumer Confidence Report is now online. Click this link to view the report: 2019 Consumer Confidence Report
The Groveland Water and Sewer Department has begun its spring flushing program, which it conducts every year to eliminate the buildup of naturally occurring iron and manganese buildup in underground pipes. Residents should be mindful that flushing in their neighborhoods could have an impact on water pressure and clarity, and that discoloration can be reduced […]
2020 Spring Tentative Hydrant Flushing Schedule This schedule reflects normal flushing operations. Given the current Public Health Emergency and precautions that must be implemented, scheduled time slots may change without notice. 5/5 DAY Upper Gardner St., Elm Park, Main Street from the Square to the Pines Rec Area. , Marion St., Summer St., Union St.Manor […]
The Groveland Water & Sewer Department will begin its fall flushing program next week. The department’s twice yearly flushing helps to maintain the quality and clarity of the town’s water supply, but can result in temporary discoloration in the areas where flushing is taking place. Residents should keep in mind that they may experience low […]