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** Updated October 14, 2020 **
Following the state's declaration of a Level 3 drought for the Charles River watershed, the Town of Medfield is now subject to a mandatory prohibition on all nonessential water use. This restriction goes into effect immediately and remains in effect until further notice. This state-mandated restriction prohibits all nonessential outdoor water use. The state's announcement of the new restrictions can be found at this link.
In addition, since Monday, September 28, 2020, the Town has been working on a long-planned maintenance project on the Mt. Nebo Water Tower that will take approximately two months to complete. The Mt. Nebo Water Tower has been drained and taken temporarily offline. The Town’s contractor is making repairs to and painting the outside of the water tower as well as making repairs to the interior of the tank. This project will extend the life of the water tower. The Town currently has only one water tower in operation (the Medfield State Hospital Water Tower).
The Medfield Board of Water and Sewage and the Medfield Water Department will continue to monitor the weather, water demand, and the Town’s infrastructure throughout the Mt. Nebo project.
Thank you to all residents for your continued diligence in helping to conserve our water resources.
This restriction prohibits nonessential outdoor water use.
Examples of nonessential outdoor water use that are now prohibited include:
This water restriction was put into place due to the state's Level 3 drought declaration for the Charles River watershed.
The Town’s Water Rules and Regulations include additional information on water restrictions and can be found at this link. MassDEP maintains a list of all communities with water restrictions in place.
Water uses not subject to mandatory restrictions are those required:
Thank you for adhering to this new water restriction and working together to reduce our water consumption.
Questions about the water restriction can be directed to Director of Public Works Maurice Goulet at 508-906-3004 or email@example.com.