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Dedham-Westwood Water District

Welcome to the Dedham-Westwood Water District’s website! We are a public service organization and our goal is to provide you with the highest level of service as well as the best quality water possible.

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Proudly serving the Communities
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About the District

We work to ensure you have safe and reliable water.

We are the only public water supplier serving Dedham and Westwood. This carries a great responsibility. Our employees strive to meet a high standard of service to our customers. We always welcome your input and suggestions for how to serve you.

Unclaimed Property/Abandoned Funds

Unclaimed Property/Abandoned Funds On May 17, 2022, the Dedham-Westwood Water District Commissioners voted to accept a provision of Massachusetts General Law (MGL) Chapter 200A relative to the District’s disposition of

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Today, the Dedham-Westwood Water District supplies over 13,000 service connections to approximately 40,000 people through 212 miles of main. On an average day the District pumps about 4.25 million gallons of water from seventeen groundwater wells, six in Westwood and eleven in Dedham.

A History of the Dedham-Westwood Water District

The Dedham Water Company was founded by an act of incorporation through the Legislature in 1876 recognizing a need for a public water supply for the townspeople of Dedham. According to the First Annual Report, no significant action was taken, however, until 1881 when funds were appropriated to hire an engineer after “the recurrence of successive dry seasons…

Current Bids, Quotes, & Proposals

Invitation for Bids (IFBs), Request for Quotes (RFQs), and Request for Proposals (RFPs) can be referenced below.
Advertisements are also listed in the Massachusetts Central Register, COMMBUYS, and, if necessary, local newspapers.

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Rules, Regulations, Water Rates, and Fees