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Education & Outreach

On October 18, 2012, DEP held a public presentation, Flowing Waters, Passing Time: The Critical Role of Water in Prehistoric and Contemporary Westchester County at the Warner Library in Tarrytown, NY. Students, teachers, historical society members, and the general public were invited to learn about the Native American use of the site and their artifacts (some available for viewing) recovered during construction, as well as the history and current development of the New York City water supply system.

A plaque, installed in the lobby of the Catskill/Delaware UV Treatment Facility, reminds visitors and workers about the Native Americans that inhabited this area.

Additional Archaeological Resources

Reservoir Levels

Current: 70.9%

Normal: 74.5%