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The latest news about Connecticut Water and our communities.
The 2024 Shenipsit Lake Reservoir fishing program will open at sunrise on Saturday, April 13, for the 2024 season.
Connecticut Water and the Killingworth Land Conservation Trust ensured 14 acres along the Hammonasset River will remain protected open space in perpetuity after closing on a bargain sale .
The new, $13.1-million Hunt Water Treatment Plant in East Windsor increases service reliability for customers, drastically reduces water lost to waste and reduces operational costs.
The new water treatment plant will introduce filtration capabilities and improve drinking water quality for Heritage Village water system customers.
The Bethany Land Trust and Connecticut Water Company ensured 20 acres of land along Route 63 will remain in perpetuity protected open space available for the public to enjoy.
More than $18,000 donated to local food pantries to fight food insecurity. More than $120,000 donated to charity in total
In 2023 Connecticut Water marked a milestone when it replaced its one millionth foot of aging, undersized or unreliable water main since 2008.
Receives Awards from the Connecticut Construction Industries Association