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After 50 years in the planning and 3 ½ years in construction, the new Webster Water Treatment Plant opened in September, 2013. Co-existing with the west side Shoremont Treatment Plant, it draws 50 million gallons a day of fresh lake water to supply to the Water Authority’s 50 area communities.
Webster Water Treatment Plant opens - 50 years in planning, on time and under budget.
In an effort to help you better understand your Monroe County Water Authority bill, we would like to take a minute to point out the various features.
Understand your rates and your current charges, and where to find them on your service bill.
Water consumption peaks in the summertime, and the Monroe County Water Authority is always ready to help its customers conserve water, reducing peak demand on the system.
Here are five painless ways you can conserve water without a real impact on your lifestyle.
Here are five painless ways to conserve water without impacting your lifestyle.
Unless you are looking for a parking spot or walking a dog, you probably don’t pay much attention to fire hydrants. But at MCWA, we do.
MCWA keeps clean water flowing to working hydrants around the clock all year long.
The Monroe County Water Authority is dedicated to serving our customers. Call us Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at (585) 442-7200 regarding questions on your bill, water supply, or any other water-related issues. We are happy to help you.
We are always maintaining and upgrading our water supply infrastructure to reliably provide our customers with high quality water. Check here to review projects the Monroe County Water Authority is working on in your area.
The Monroe County Water Authority holds itself accountable to the highest standards. See how we measure up, our annual report and other important documents.
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