From 7 to 11 a.m. on Saturday at Schuylkill Banks between Chestnut and Walnut Streets, families and anglers of all ages and experience levels will compete in a friendly morning of free catch-and-release fishing.
Pouring nothing but fresh, cold, and local tap water, the colorful lunchtime Philly Water Bar pop-up will be open in the City Hall courtyard today, Wednesday, August 17 from noon to 1 p.m.
Free report compiles a year of data detailing local drinking water quality.
Today at 12p: Water Department to Unveil Art and Poetry Installations Inspired by Flooding Workshops
Join PWD and 2020-2021 poet laureate Trapeta B. Mayson to unveil community poetry about local flooding Saturday, June 4.
Some residential customers will start getting shutoff notices for unpaid bills this month. #UtilityFairsPHL assistance fairs will help those unable to pay get enrolled in assistance programs and avoid losing service.
When you go into a Philadelphia restaurant and order oysters, do you ever wonder what happens to the empty shells? Thanks to agreements between Partnership for the Delaware Estuary (PDE), the Philadelphia Water Department (PWD), and local restaurants, some of those shells will now be recycled back into the environment, helping improve local water quality.
With water shutoffs set to resume after a two-year pause, #UtilityFairsPHL brings utilities together for a series of virtual assistance fairs.
On February 25, 2022, the Philadelphia Water Department (Department or PWD) filed the Formal Notice of its Special Rate Proceeding with the Philadelphia Water, Sewer and Storm Water Rate Board (Rate Board or Board) for reconciliation of approved FY 2023 rates and charges.
With water shutoffs set to resume after a two-year pause, #UtilityFairsPHL brings utilities together for a series of virtual assistance fairs in February and March.
Historic Fairmount Water Works Awarded $3 Million Grant Through RACP for Innovative Floating Water Workshop Along the Schuylkill Banks