The Auburn Water District is currently looking into three new drinking water
sources. The Auburn Water District has taken control of Dark Brook Reservoir,
upper and lower Stoneville Reservoirs and at this time they are not going to
be used as drinking water sources. The Auburn Water District has done well over
350,000 in capital improvements over the last three years. Woodland Water District
is becoming part of Auburn Water District and will include our service connection
by approximately 180 service accounts. Over the next 3 - 5 years, the Auburn Water
District is replacing all manual meters with remotely read radio meters.
Also, the Auburn Water District won awards in the following:
2003 Partner Recognition awarded to the Auburn Water District by CWP (Clean Water Partner) for extraordinary
actions taken to protect your watershed over and above the requirements.
of the Clean Water Act
Certificate of Recognition awarded to the Auburn Water District by CWP (Clean Water Partner) as a Clean Water
Partner for the 21st Century through their efforts to improve and protect our nations.
2002 Source Protection Award awarded to the Auburn Water District for its outstanding Performance and Achievement
in the year 2001 by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.