There are easy ways to remove any chlorine taste or odor you detect during the annual cleaning, which runs through May of this year.
Water & Utility News
Arlington County uses cured-in-place pipe process that is less expensive and less disruptive than replacing an entire pipe.
The County is encouraging everyone to help keep the sidewalks safe this winter by helping to clear ice, particulary that caused by sump pumps.
The Arlington County Board approved contracts to design a new Fire Station 8 and to replace a 90-year-old water main.
Agenda highlights from among the dozens of items the Arlington County Board will consider at its January 2019 Meeting.
As the partial shutdown of the federal government enters its fourth week, Arlington County has joined local governments around the region in taking actions to help ease pressure on County residents and businesses.
The Solids Master Plan will significantly upgrade the Water Pollution Control Plant’s capacity for safely handing solid waste.
The report confirms that Arlington’s high-quality drinking water meets and exceeds all federal and state requirements. It is also filled with facts about the sources of your water and what makes it safe.
The County Board awarded nearly $10 million worth of water and sewer infrastructure contracts.
Arlington’s safe and dependable drinking water may taste slightly different as the regional supply system undergoes its annual spring cleaning.