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All posts tagged: Infrastructure Investment

blog entries tagged "Infrastructure Investment"




Infrastructure Week 2018: Why Your Meter Matters

Monday, May 21, 2018

Do you know where your home water meter is and how it works? It might be tucked away in the basement, but it plays an import role in our water system. Knowing how to get the most out your meter can help you avoid a large, unexpected bill caused by a running toilet or other hard-to-notice leaks....

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What's with the Requested Rate Change?: 9 Ways to Learn More, Get Involved

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Customers, City Council, Mayor Kenney, and the Water Rate Board were recently informed that we need to raise rates. Increased rates will ensure we have the resources we need to better maintain one of the oldest water systems in the country. As a part of the process—and to promote transparency—we are holding seven Public Input Hearings across the city....

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Get a Preview of Germantown's Greener Future at October Happy Hollow Open House

Friday, September 22, 2017  |  Brian Rademaekers

The Philadelphia Water Department is hosting an open house event for residents and community groups interested in learning about dozens of green stormwater projects planned for construction in the Germantown neighborhood in the coming years. A part of the City's 25-year Green City, Clean Waters program, the projects are currently in the planning and design stage......

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Can You Decode Street Paint?

Thursday, May 18, 2017  |  Brian Rademaekers

Beneath your feet, there's an invisible universe of infrastructure. This world is hidden from view, but painted lines on the surface reveal exactly what's there—if you know what to look for......

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Philadelphia Water Department Customers Can Win $100, Improve Services with New Survey

Wednesday, May 17, 2017  |  Brian Rademaekers

As part of ongoing efforts to improve our work and better understand the needs of customers, the Philadelphia Water Department is conducting a comprehensive survey intended collect feedback on a wide range of services. The 2017 Customer Feedback Survey, made possible through a partnership with the University of Pennsylvania, measures public opinion......

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