June Waterworks Newsletter

Annual Water Quality Report Available Online

The District prides itself on providing over 5.4 million gallons per day of safe drinking water to the communities we serve. To reach our 20,000 customers in our four-county area, we use water from seven different water sources through a network of 458 miles of pipe.

Once a year, we present our annual water quality reports to our consumers. The EPA requires public water systems to provide Consumer Confidence Reports (CCRs) online. These reports provide information about your local drinking water quality. The CCRs summarize data regarding water sources (e.g., rivers, lakes, reservoirs, or aquifers), detected contaminants, compliance details, and educational information.

CCRs are released annually with information from the previous calendar year. CCRs for our water service areas are available on our website: www.nwwsd.org/water/consumer-confidencereports/

The District Welcomes Three New Team Members

In May, Tyler St. Clair, Tyler Stone, and Melissa Carrillo joined The District team as full-time members. Tyler and Tyler will be assisting with the construction crew, and Melissa serves as an administrative assistant. All three serve in our operations department. Welcome aboard!

$4 Million Waterline Investment Coming To Henry County

The District recently began construction on a waterline that will extend eight miles from the Village of Weston to the Village of Liberty Center. This work is part of a project that will serve the communities of McClure, Liberty Center, and homes in between with water supplied from the Bowling Green Water Treatment Plant.

Construction started in Weston on Euler Road at Van Tassel Road. Installation of the line will move west along Euler Road (Hen CR N). Work will extend north on SR 65, cross the Maumee River, and move west to Liberty Center.

The contractor, Hillabrand & Sons Inc., expects work to wrap up in the spring of 2023.

Save The Date: Open House is BACK! Tuesday, August 16!

You are invited to tour our building and meet the people who take care of your water and see how we provide you with water and sewer services every day. The District open house will take place on Tuesday, August 16, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Bring the family to check out how we do business and enjoy food, bounce houses, giveaways, and more! Check out our social media for more information coming soon.

Construction Corner: Investing in our Communities

Through August 2022, crews will be constructing an elevated water tank on Lemoyne Road between Latcha and Hanley Roads. Project complete: September 2022. Project investment: $4 million.

Through November, lane and shoulder restrictions are possible starting in Weston on Euler Road (CR N) from Van Tassel Road to SR 65 for waterline installation. Project investment: $4.9 million. Project complete: Spring 2023.

Through November, crews will be performing hydrant flushing and valve maintenance throughout the District water service area. If your water becomes discolored following this work, please flush your waterlines. Work complete: November