Connecticut Water announced today, in the spirit of Earth Day, that it has completed notification to 10 Connecticut towns and several private nonprofit land conservation organizations of the availability of company-owned land for preservation as open space. In all, there are approximately 480 acres of land that the company no longer needs for water supply purposes and plans to make available for preservation as open space.
Connecticut Water is reminding customers that help is available for those who are having trouble paying their water bills. Affected customers are encouraged to contact Connecticut Water before their accounts become past due. The company’s Help 2 Our Customers assistance program provides for bill reductions and payment plans so customers don’t fall behind.
Heritage Village Water understands that the fight against the coronavirus will be taking a financial toll on some of its customers, especially those whose employment is affected by preventive measures being taken across the states.
Connecticut Water has been recognized with two prestigious awards by the Connecticut Construction Industries Association. The company received the CCIA’s Community Service Award for its Water Drop Watchers program, a program to educate third graders about water, and a Safety Recognition Award for excellence in construction health and safety.