The City of Rochester provides potable water to its residents. Each property that has an active, metered service can consume water from the distribution system.
The City offers a wide array of aquatic amenities and programs, including an beach, an Olympic-sized outdoor pool and several spray-play areas and year-round indoor pools.
Inadequate water pressure and volume may be caused by several factors including the buildup of minerals and deposits inside a water service, a leak in a service, faulty inside plumbing, or a plugged meter or service. Residents with inadequate water supply or pressure may request that the City of Rochester perform a water pressure and volume test to determine the cause of the problem.
The City is undertaking a project to replace two of its large diameter water transmission pipelines located underneath South Clinton Avenue in the Town of Brighton, New York. The project limits extend a little over a mile, from Senator Keating Boulevard to Suburban Court.
The Bureau of Water delivers quality drinking water to our residents. Water is a commodity that receives little attention until something goes awry. Our Water Bureau is ever vigilant to assure that clean drinking water will always be available.
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