Water District #1 is located in North White Plains and has 697 water accounts. The Valhalla well, with recently upgraded softening system, supplies water. Water is also pumped into the system from the N.Y.C. supply via the Westchester County 48" main. This water is then re-treated at our North Broadway pump house and pumped directly into the Overlook Road water storage tank for distribution.
A Public Hearing was held May 11, 2011 to consider a local law to amend Chapter 204 entitled Water to increase the water rates in Water District No. 1
Water District #2 is located in Windmill Farms with 372 service connections. The system, with four functional wells, has recently been modified with new pump equipment, controls and emergency power. The Water Department recently received an award from the Westchester Water Works Conference for the modification of this system. The original 200,000 gallon water storage tank on Evergreen Row has been replaced with a 600,000 gallon tank. Also, work has begun on construction of a new production well.
A Public Hearing was held August 18, 2010 and reconvened August 19, 2010 to consider a local law to amend Chapter 204 entitled Water to increase the water rates in Water District No. 2.
Water District #4 is located in downtown Armonk with 402 service connections at the present time. There are six functional wells along with a one million gallon storage tank. A filtration system is operational on the two original School Street wells.
Water District #5 is located in the Whippoorwill section of town and has 118 service connections. Water is currently purchased from North Castle Water District No. 4; a back-up connection still exists with the Town of New Castle for emergencies and fire protection. Recently, the Water Department received an award from the Westchester Water Works Conference for significant water loss reduction achieved by incorporating an innovative meter replacement program. The department also received an award for the interconnection of Water District Nos. 4 and 5.
Water District #7 is a recently constructed distribution system which interconnects the School Street and Bedford Road sections of Water District #4. This interconnection provides water to both the Wampus and Crittenden schools as well as Wampus and MacDonald Avenue residents. Currently the district has 29 service connections.
Water delivered to the tap in all districts is chlorinated to ensure that the water remains free of bacteria (a Health Dept. requirement). Monitoring of water quality is performed daily by Water Department personnel. Other required monitoring samples are analyzed by the Westchester County Laboratory and other New York State Certified Laboratories.
Annual water quality reports are required by the Health department to be delivered by May 31st of each year. Data within the reports is for the previous calendar year. See the annual reports for your district.