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Celebrate the City's Clean Drinking Water
An amazing system of reservoirs and lakes, aqueducts, tunnels, and water mains distributes about 1.3 billion gallons of water daily to nearly 9 million residents. Find out more about the drinking water in NYC.
Drinking Water Quality
Get the latest water quality report from the Department of Environmental Protection.
The History of the City's Water Supply
Every day, 1.2 billion gallons of water flow from upstate reservoirs to New York City homes and businesses. Find out how this system was created, and what changes are being made to accommodate the current population.
Monitor Your Water Use Online
The Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) Automated Meter Reading (AMR) technology offers new ways to track and understand your water use online.
NYC's Watershed Protection
Watersheds are geographic areas where rainfall, snow, streams, and rivers flow or drain into a specific body of water, like a reservoir, river, lake, or bay.
PlaNYC Water Initiatives
PlaNYC is a City initiative addressing the barriers to maintaining and improving the quality of life in the City. Find out about its latest water programs.
Water Conservation
The Department of Environmental Protection provides tips on saving water.
Water Conservation Tips from New York State
Get a summary of current conditions for New York State and find out what you can do, both indoors and out, to conserve water.
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