The Water Division is responsible for supplying water to approximately 3,600 customers in the Town of Weston.
The Water Division personnel maintain the following:
- 106 miles of water main
- 3 water storage tanks that store 2,621,000 gallons of water supplied by the Massachusetts Water Resource Authority (MWRA)
- 944 hydrants
- Pump facility
- Booster pump station
The Water Division responds to all water system emergencies, including:
- Loss of service
- Low pressure
- Poor water quality
- System leaks
Division employees also serve the community during snow and ice emergencies.
Forms and Applications
All Water Division applications and renewal forms can be found on the Department's web page.
Learn more about your water and conservation practices on the following web pages.
Annual Leak Survey
Weston's water system, from mains, hydrants and distribution systems, were surveyed to detect leaks in an effort to correct and conserve water.Link to page
Monthly Water Quality Test Results
The monthly update provides a more detailed review of water quality than the annual water quality report that is mailed each June to every customer in our service area.Link to page
Using water efficiently will help ensure reliable water supplies today and for future generations. Water-saving techniques can save you money and diverts less water from our rivers, bays, and estuaries, which helps keep the environment healthy.Link to page
Water Schedule and Reports
Find current water tiers and rates, quality reports, and system specifications.Link to page
Water Service Fees (PDF)
This document lays out the current water service fee schedule, effective as of June 20, 2011.Link to page