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$1,500 Joseph A. DiPietro Scholarship Application now available

02.10.2022

The deadline to apply for the Joseph A. DiPietro Scholarship is March 31.

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Portland Water District Trustees Approve $50.1 Million Budget for 2022

12.23.2021

Recently the Portland Water District’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved a combined $50.1 million water and wastewater operating budget which represents a 4.4% increase over 2021.  Much of the increase is attributed to higher biosolids d

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Local Business Wins Award for Wastewater Pretreatment Excellence

11.22.2021

SIGCO, a glass fabrication company in Westbrook, was recently presented the Pretreatment Excellence Award

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Utilities United Against Scams Recognizes Sixth Annual Utility Scam Awareness Day on November 17

11.17.2021

The Portland Water District joins Utilities United Against Scams (UUAS) to support International Fraud Awareness Week (November 14-20) and recognize the sixth annual Utility Scam Awareness Day, November 17.

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Standish Water Storage Tank goes offline for three weeks.

11.17.2021

We have begun a maintenance project on the water storage tank located in Standish so it will be out of service for three weeks. 

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Portland Water District launches new billing and asset management systems

10.25.2021

The Portland Water District launched new billing, customer service, and asset management systems last  week.

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Deactivation of Seasonal Water Service October 2021

10.18.2021

Residents of Windham, Scarborough, Cape Elizabeth, Falmouth

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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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