Unlike many areas of the country, Monroe County has more than enough water to satisfy current and future needs. Our water source, Lake Ontario, and the other Great Lakes contain 20% of the world’s fresh water!
Monroe County Water Authority will host a public information meeting regarding proposed water rate changes on Wednesday, November 30, 2022 at 3 p.m.
“Water is the new oil.” That was the theme of a conversation Monroe County Water Authority Executive Director Nick Noce had with News10NBC’s Berkely Breen. Breen conducted the interview to shed light on the value of nature’s most precious resource to economic development.
“Imagine a Day Without Water” is a national education campaign that highlights the value of water and the need for investment in infrastructure. MCWA gave News 8 a tour of our Shoremont Water Treatment Plant in recognition of this special day held on Oct. 20.
Monroe County Water Authority joined with the New York Power Authority (NYPA), developer Sol Systems, local dignitaries and elected officials to celebrate the completion of its new 5 MW ground-mounted solar array in Penfield with a ‘flip the switch’ ceremony.
Safe and reliable water is vital to public health, especially to prevent the spread of infectious diseases such as COVID-19. Monroe County Water Authority customers can rest assured that we remain committed to reliably providing quality, affordable water throughout this pandemic.
Monroe County Water Authority is excited to expand its digital payment options with the addition of Apple Pay, PayPal and Venmo.
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