Water Works lifts voluntary conservation of outdoor water request

The city Water Works says you can feel free to use water, but be mindful of our water supply.

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Thanks to a frozen winter, Manchester Water Works says, “Let it flow, let it flow!”

MANCHESTER, NH – The Manchester Water Works Board of Water Commissioners at the April 20 Board Meeting voted to officially suspend the voluntary water restriction previously requested of MWW franchise customers back in October, 2016.

The request for voluntary restriction was made due to the extreme drought conditions last summer and into the fall months. With the precipitation experienced over the winter months, MWW is pleased to report that Lake Massabesic and Tower Hill Pond, our water supply, are at full capacity. This precludes the need for continuing the voluntary restriction at this time.

MWW will continue to work with the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services in monitoring any potential severe drought situation as we head into the high consumption summer months.

Residents are reminded regardless of a restriction on water use, please use this most valued resource wisely.

For current drought information and water efficiency fact sheets including efficiency tips, click here,or call Manchester Water Works at 603-624-6494.

Manchester Water Works runs the state’s largest water supply system serving Manchester and surrounding communities comprising a population of approximately 160,000. Recently recognized as “Utility of the Year” by New England Water Works Association, the Manchester Water Works has become just the 11thutility in the nation to receive the prestigious “Excellence in Water Treatment” award. For more information about Manchester Water Works go to www.Manchesternh.gov/ water

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