North Chelmsford Water District

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September 9, 2019 at 6:00 PM AGENDA


 

Monthly Meeting Minutes June 2019

NCWD Monthly Meeting Minutes 06_03_2019

Water Tower Draining

Starting September 30, 2019, The North Chelmsford Water District will be draining the Washington Street Water Tower to make necessary improvements, you may experience some discoloration in your water for a few days. If you have any questions please call our office during regular business hours Monday-Friday 7:30-3:330pm, our apologies in advance for any inconvenience. Thank you


 

Monthly Meeting Minutes Mar 2019 & Annual Meeting 2019

NCWD Monthly & Annual Meeting Minutes 03_25_2019


 

How to Read Your Water Meter

Information below is provided on how to check for leaks in the home and determine your current water usage.

 

Check for leaks:

Use the low flow indicator on the meter to check for leaks. This is the small red triangle, which if moving indicates that there is a flow going through the meter. If the red triangle is moving- and there is no water currently being used in the house- then a leak is evident (slight movement of the red triangle back and forth is normal and does not indicate a leak).

 

Below: Example of a water meter dial where the meter reading is located. Note the small red triangle used for leak detection.

Water Meter

 
Water Usage Determination: Water is billed in gallon increments. To determine what your water consumption has been since your last bill:
  1. Obtain a reading from your water meter.
  2. Locate the Current Meter Reading on your last bill.
  3. Subtract the Current Meter Reading from the reading obtained from your water meter.

 

Digital Water Meter

digital meter