The Watertown Fire District’s water mains will be flushed starting MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th thru FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7th.
The flushing schedule is listed below but may vary if other work demands arise.
Week 1 Penny Lane, Hamilton Ave, Neill Dr, Whispering Hill Rd, Malvern Hill Rd, Westgate Rd, Inverary Dr, Warwick Rd, Eastwood Hall Rd, Kent Terrace, Pepperidge Tree Rd, Guernseytown Rd, Taft Circle, Hamilton Ln, Princeton Terrace, Hamilton Ave
Week 2 Hamilton Ave, Buckwheat Hill Rd, Vaill Rd, Meadowcrest Ln, Orchard Ln, McFingal Rd, Prospect St, Middlebury Rd, Cannon Ridge Dr, Deerfield Ln, Woodbury Rd, DeForest St, The Green, Academy Hill Rd, Sunset Ave, Hamilton Ave, Woodruff Ave, Scott Ave, Wheeler St, Beers St, Highland Ave
Week 3 Highland Ave, Scott Ave, Prospect St, Atwood St, Center St, Catherine St, Edgewood Ave, Cherry Ave, Lockwood Dr, Deerfield Ln, Belden St, Trumbull St, Nettleton St, Hillcrest Ave, Woodruff Ave, Main St, Heminway Park Rd, Pythian Ave, Depot St
Week 4 Depot St, Echo Lake Rd, Greenwood St, Burton St, Westbury Park Rd, French St, Edward Ave, Charles St, Burton St Ext, Hart St, Jason Ave, Cliff St, Edge Rd, Woodgate Circle, Jenta Ln, Adams Rd, Mallory Rd, Lake Rd, Crestwood Ave, Birch St, Oak St, High St.
Week 5 High St, North St, Warren Way, Dickerman St, Pine St, Walnut St, Cutler St, Baldwin St, Lee St, Roberts St, Woolson St, Litchfield Rd, Seymour St, Chestnut Grove Rd, Wilson St, Chestnut Ct, Wilder St, Judson St, Claxton Ave, Grove Hill Rd, Cutler Knoll, Steele Brook Rd
Each day’s flushing hours will be from 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. Customers may experience periods of reduced pressure or discolored water during these times. This is not harmful. If water appears discolored, residents should avoid using it until it clears. Sufficient water for drinking, cooking and washing should be drawn prior to the start of each day.
Thank You for Your Cooperation
Watertown Fire District
The Watertown Fire District was formed in March of 1900 when a group of residents and business owners established the District for the purpose of providing fire protection to the central part of the Town of Watertown. In 1913 a Special Act of the Connecticut Legislature established the Fire District as an organization similar to municipalities within the State. Since these early beginnings the District has grown both in geographic area and in services provided.
In 1917 the District purchased the Watertown Water Company. The Water Company consisted of one small reservoir in Bethlehem and about 12.5 miles of pipe. In 1958 a much larger reservoir was built in Bethlehem and today this reservoir helps to replenish ground water around the District'ss nine wells in Woodbury that make up the current source of drinking water for District residents.