New Hydrant Permit Decal

Blue hydrant permit decals will be expiring on January 31, 2019. Starting February 1st 2019, any individual using a fire hydrant to draw water must have a 2019/2022 Yellow Hydrant Permit Decal located on the back or side of their equipment. The Charlotte Water fire hydrant program provides temporary service for customers in Mecklenburg County... Continue Reading →

Heavy Rains Overwhelm Wastewater System

**updated 9/18/2018 4:25 p.m. with estimated spill volumes Charlotte, NC, September 17, 2018 — On Sunday, September 16, as Tropical Depression Florence moved through the Charlotte metro area, Charlotte Water rapid response crews responded to multiple locations for sanitary sewer overflows (SSO). Heavy rains inundated the sanitary sewer system in eight locations causing wastewater to... Continue Reading →

Water Treatment Plants are Award Winning, Again!

Congratulations to staff from Vest, Franklin and Lee Dukes Water Treatment Plants for receiving the North Carolina Area Wide Optimization Program Certificate for 2017.  The AWOP certificate was created in 2000 through a joint program between the EPA and states to help drinking water systems meet successively more stringent regulations and achieve higher levels of... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Environmental Excellence

Charlotte Water regulates the discharge of pollutants that enter into our municipal sewer system. We monitor 58 industrial partners who are required to obtain wastewater permits which contain limits based on the pollutants discharged from the facility. On Tuesday June 18th, 2018 Charlotte Water honored the facilities that complied with their permits and those who... Continue Reading →

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