Water At Your Service
The Old Town Water District has dedicated itself to providing high quality water services to homes, businesses, and industry in Old Town, Milford, Bradley, parts of Orono, and to the Penobscot Indian Nation on Indian Island. We do that by maintaining a transmission and distribution system of sufficient capacity and pressure to provide adequate supply and fire protection throughout our service area.


Elm Street Water Main Construction in Progress
In conjunction with the City of Old Town the Old Town Water District will intsall a new water main on Elm Street in Old Town. The work will be in conjunction with City's sewer system upgrade to follow after the water main installation.





Water Service Interruption for Customers Located on Route 2
Old Town Water District customers located in Milford on Route 2 will have their water service temporarily turned off on Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 between the hours of 7:00 PM and Thursday, October 20th 2016 5:00 AM. Water service may be off for up to 10 hours during this time period. This is to make connections for the new water main on Route 2.

Water service will be interrupted to the following Milford customers at these locations during this time: Customers located from the intersection of Mill Street on Route 2 to Call Road.

Water Service will be restored as quickly as possible.

We apologize for any inconvenience, and ask for your patience and understanding as we complete this important work.



Annual Water Quality Report
The Old Town Water District provides you with an Annual Water Quality Report, also referred to as the Annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR). It provides you with important information about the quality of your drinking water.

A water emergency is water flowing from the ground or a pipe causing flooding, or structure damage.


Paying Your Utility Bill
The Old Town Water District  provides several options for assisting you in paying your utility bill. More information may be obtained here by checking this link.

WaterWorks News
A very busy summer is approaching your water utility in 2016. Find out whats happening.