Please visit My Water System on the side menu to view all of the information regarding your system. This includes, but is not limited to rates, water restrictions, the flushing schedule, consumer confidence reports, and water quality reports.
Night flushing will occur along the Daniel Webster Highway in Nashua from the Sagamore Bridge to the Nashua/Tyngsboro line starting on Friday, September 22, 2017 at 11:00pm to Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 6:00am. This program involves opening flushing valves to create increased water flows, which dislodge and clean out naturally occurring sediment in the pipelines. It may cause colored water and/or low pressure and there could be periods when residents are without water. We recommend that residents fill bottles with water for use during this time. Also, please advise them to avoid doing laundry during this period of time. If someone is to experience colored water after the scheduled completion time, they would want to run the cold water for 5 to 10 minutes to clear the service line. If the water does not clear or if anyone has any concerns regarding this flushing, please call our Customer Service Department at 800-553-5191.
Pennichuck filed a notice of intent for rate changes for Pennichuck East Utility customers on August 16, 2017. Please select the link above to view the notice. Access the rate case filing on the PUC website here.
The posters for this year’s winners have been posted! Take a look at this year’s talent by visiting our Watershed School Education Program page.
Spring flushing has been completed for 2017. Please check in with My Water System periodically to see if your town has any additional flushing scheduled or changes in water restrictions.
Water restrictions are updated as they change. Please select Water Restriction Update above to view water restriction classifications. View details pertaining to your water system here.
Pennichuck Water Works, Inc. filed a rate case on September 23, 2016 with the Public Utilities Commission. Access the rate case filing on the PUC website here.
Pennichuck is proud to announce the release of four watershed protection videos. These brief 2-3 minute videos on watershed protection were funded by Pennichuck and the NH Department of Environmental Services in part through a Local Source Water Protection Grant. We invite everyone to watch! View videos here.