Chemical Addition Safety Program - (PDF, 16k)
2011 Water Conservation Regulations – (PFD, 20k)
An elected board of three commissioners governs the Boylston Water District. The day-to-day operations are carried out under the direct supervision of the Superintendent, which is appointed by the Board of Commissioners. The Boylston Water District responsibilities include, but are not limited to, water meter readings, repairs to water mains, maintenance of the tanks, and individual meter maintenance. Currently we service approximately 2,900 customers daily.
The Monthly Meeting of the Board of Commissioners occurs the 1st Monday of each month at 7:30pm unless otherwise posted. Our business office is currently located at the Boylston Municipal Light Department on Paul Tivnan Drive.
Water bills are sent quarterly on the 1st (January, April, July, October) on a revolving basis by route.
Hours: Monday through Friday - 8:00am to 4:00pm. Phone:
Drinking Water Sources
State and Federal drinking water regulations require certain chemical treatments before groundwater enters the distribution system. The only chemical treatment process is for corrosion control in which Potassium Hydroxide (which adjusts the pH and alkalinity of the water) is added to minimize lead and copper.
Water Rates (Effective August 1, 2006)
Rules and Regulations