Site Navigation

Customer Login

Need help logging in?

Did You Know?

Bostonís fire hydrants are color coded to indicate low or high pressure. This information is critical for fire fighters and others, especially in the event of an emergency. You should never paint a hydrant, as it is important that they are visible and identifiable.

National Drinking Water Week

NDWW logo

Each year in May, BWSC and other water distribution utilities and environmental groups across the United States celebrate National Drinking Water Week. A joint congressional resolution declared the event a national observance in 1988 and thousands participate every year. The aim of National Drinking Water Week is to educate the public on our drinking water.

Below, you will find fun National Drinking Water Week activities for kids as well as links to our social media pages for fun facts and other water-related posts. Visit the American Water Works Association website for more information about this national event.

Additional Resources

Footer