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NewsMay 04, 2017
David Franco and Ivan Frishberg were sworn in and attend first meeting.Read more
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David Franco and Ivan Frishberg were sworn in and attend first meeting.Read more
NewsApril 20, 2017
Technology is better for the environment, brings community benefitsRead more
Alleypalooza 5 kickoff event with Mayor Bowser and DDOT
Technology is better for the environment, brings community benefitsRead more
NewsMarch 24, 2017
In the wake of a renewed interest in federal investments in infrastructure, DC Water and Xylem are coming together to highlight the urgent need for investing in smart water infrastructure to maximize productivity and benefit customers.Read more
In the wake of a renewed interest in federal investments in infrastructure, DC Water and Xylem are coming together to highlight the urgent need for investing in smart water infrastructure to maximize productivity and benefit customers.Read more
NewsMarch 22, 2017
Modified Traffic Closure on Oregon Avenue, NWRead more
Modified Traffic Closure on Oregon Avenue, NWRead more
NewsMarch 20, 2017
DC Water Construction Project Brings Closure to Canal Road, NW and Foxhall Road, NWRead more
DC Water Construction Project Brings Closure to Canal Road, NW and Foxhall Road, NWRead more
NewsMarch 20, 2017
From March 20 through April 17, 2017, the disinfectant in drinking water that DC Water provides to its 681,000 customers will...Read more
From March 20 through April 17, 2017, the disinfectant in drinking water that DC Water provides to its 681,000 customers will...Read more
NewsFebruary 28, 2017
Current CFO Mark T. Kim leaving in April after 4 years at DC WaterRead more
Current CFO Mark T. Kim leaving in April after 4 years at DC WaterRead more
NewsFebruary 14, 2017
New dcwater.com empowers customers with information & resourcesRead more
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New dcwater.com empowers customers with information & resourcesRead more
NewsFebruary 07, 2017
More than 85,000 meters across the District to be replacedRead more
New Water Meter
More than 85,000 meters across the District to be replacedRead more
NewsFebruary 02, 2017
DC Water’s historic D.C. Clean River project was this week honored by a national engineering organization for creatively and safely completing a $319 million tunnel that will improve the quality of the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers.Read more
DC Water’s historic D.C. Clean River project was this week honored by a national engineering organization for creatively and safely completing a $319 million tunnel that will improve the quality of the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers.Read more