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Water Customers - Hydrant Flushing

The DPW Water Division will be flushing water mains and hydrants, for approximately five (5) weeks, as part of an ongoing preventative maintenance program to improve water quality. Flushing will occur Monday, April 21, 2014 through Friday, April 25, 2014 between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. The areas affected during the week will be the East St. (Rt. 140) and side streets from the center of town to Winter St.; Thurston St. and side streets from East St. to Rt. 1; Taunton St. and side streets from Common St. to 381 Taunton St.; Madison St. and side streets from East St. to 369 Madison St.; Dedham St. (Rt. 1A) and side streets from the center of town to Winter St.; and Winter St. and side streets

Customers are advised that a drop in pressure and some discoloration of the water may occur while the flushing is in progress. If this occurs, you should wait until we are out of the area and then run your water for several minutes and it should clear up.

We appreciate your patience and cooperation. Any questions should be directed to the Water Division at (508) 384-5477.

West Nile Virus Found in Wrentham

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced on September 11 2013, that the West Nile Virus has been detected from mosquitos collected in Wrentham. Click for more General Information on the Virus.

Mosquitoes and Ticks

We would like to bring to your attention , an imporant summertime information campaign being undertaken by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health about the serious risks from mosquito and tick bites. The campaign is titled: Mosquitoes and Ticks: They're Out in Mass!

Click the link to find out valuable information to ensure you and your family have a healthy and happy summer.

In addition, the Town will allow people to put out an extra barrel of trash without the purchase of the purple bags next week for anyone who missed the regularly scheduled pickup due to the Hurricane.

 

For all question or inquiries related to this information, please contact the Department of Public Works at 508-384-5477