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Homeowner’s Guide to Rain Event Preparedness

Tips to help you protect your home fromsewer backups and flooding due to rainfall events…
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Lead in Drinking Water from Household Plumbing

NYC water is virtually lead-free when it is delivered from the City's upstate reservoir system.…

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About DEP Water Rates

On June 22, 2016, the Manhattan Supreme Court invalidated the Water Board’s resolution approving a new Rate Schedule…
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Limited Access Recreation at Jerome Park Reservoir
The grounds of Jerome Park Reservoir in the Bronx will be opened for special limited access recreation on the weekend of November 19 and 20 from 10am until 2pm. Members of the public are welcome to walk or jog around the 2-mile perimeter of the Reservoir. Phones, bags and cameras will not be permitted on the Reservoir grounds. There will be an opportunity to check phones, but visitors should not bring bags or cameras. Entry to the Reservoir Grounds will be through a Gate House located on the west side of Goulden Avenue, just south of 205th Street.
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New York City to Launch Media Campaign to Help Reduce Consumer Waste, Combat Littering and Improve the Health of Local Waterways
The New York City Departments of Environmental Protection (DEP) and Sanitation (DSNY) are joining the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability and GreeNYC to launch a new public information campaign aimed at reducing consumer waste and street litter while also helping to improve the health and aesthetics of local waterways.
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