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Tuesday, March 14th at 7pm

Cloudy Water

Cloudy water is caused by air bubbles in the water. It is neither a reason for alarm, nor a health risk. It usually happens during the coldest part of winter, when water temperatures are at their lowest. Customers in the northern end of the CPWA system, generally in the Exit 10 to Exit 12 areas, will see this phenomenon more than customers in the rest of the water system. The reason is that during the winter months, the water that the CPWA purchases from the Saratoga County Water Authority remains predominantly in that part of the system and cloudy water is ... [ Read More ]

Water FAQs!

Is your water ever discolored or cloudy? Are you re-siding your home and don't know what to do about the remote reader on the side of your house? Does your hot water smell like rotten eggs? Visit our FAQ page to get answers to these questions and more.
Seasonal Water Regulations

Between May 1st and September 30th of every year, lawn watering is permitted on an odd/even schedule based on house number. There are no time of day restrictions. These regulations are required water conservation measures.
Hydrant Use

Unauthorized use of fire hydrants is not only illegal, it can disrupt service to the customers on the water system. If you find someone other than a Water Authority employee or Fire Department personnel attempting to take water from a fire hydrant, please call our office immediately at 383-1122.
Annual Water Quality Report

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Hydrant Flushing Schedule

Click Here to view the current Hydrant Flushing Schedule