CPWA Using Twitter to Provide Notification
The Clifton Park Water Authority has begun using Twitter as its primary means of notifying customers of emergency alerts, including water main breaks, boil-water advisories and any other system issues that customers need to be aware of. Twitter allows customers to find out on their mobile devices instantaneously whenever an alert is posted by the CPWA. To sign up, just click on the "Follow @CPWater1" in the upper left corner of the CPWA home screen. Customers already familiar with Twitter can just follow us @CPWater1. The Water Authority will continue to use the ... [ Read More ]
Is your water ever discolored or cloudy? Are
you re-siding your home and don't know what to do about
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water smell like rotten eggs? Visit our
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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.
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
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