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PWD received Distinguished Budget Award

08.10.2021

The Portland Water District recently was awarded the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for its annual budget for fiscal year beginning, January 1, 2021.  The award represents a sig

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Cybersecurity

07.26.2021

Like other critical services and systems, water and wastewater utilities can be targets of cyberattacks because of their importance to public health, the economy, and community functioning as a whole.

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Call for photos, 2022 Sebago Lake Calendar

06.25.2021

Photos wanted!

Images of Sebago Lake Calendar- 2022

2022 Call for Submissions

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After idle year prompted by pandemic restrictions, the Sebago Lake monitoring buoy is back in water

06.08.2021

The Portland Water District deployed the real-time water quality buoy in Sebago Lake’s Lower Bay last week and continues to work o

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COVID 19 Response Update

06.01.2021

As we move through the many changes and challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic presented, I wanted to share with you a current picture of where we are today. 

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Local industries recognized for excellence in pretreatment of wastewater

05.10.2021

Congratulations to these Portland businesses who achieved full compliance with their industrial discharge permits for the 2020-2021 Industrial Pretreatment (IPT) year which ended on April 30th:

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Bourque of South Portland Awarded $1,500 Scholarship

05.04.2021

Congratulations to Simon Bourque of South Portland, who was recently presented with the DiPietro Memorial Scholarship.

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Conserve Water and Stop Pollution: Portland Water District offers rain barrels at cost!

04.05.2021

As part of National Drinking Water Week and Clean Water Week, PWD partners directly with the manufacturer to offer discounted rain barrels at $65 (plus $3.58 tax). This is more than 50% off the retail price!

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National Drinking Water Week, May 2-8

03.30.2021

Your water: Pure, safe, reliable.

Celebrate your drinking water by taking a free virtual tour of the Sebago Lake Water Treatment Facility and exploring the new “Forever Forests for Sebago Lake” virtual Story Map.

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