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Drink from the tap, flush the toilet, enjoy New York's waterways—we make sure everything flows according to plan.
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They called it “Lake Edsall.” Now, we along with , have made sure the name doesn’t fit anymore. New catch basins and 160 ft of sewer will help to keep the block on dry ground.
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TrustforPublicLand Sep 16
We opened our 206th community playground in NYC last week as celebrated their new space to gather, garden, learn, & play. This is our 5th playground built in partnership w/. Thank you to , Assemblywoman Davila, & our student designers!
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NYC Water Sep 16
If you’re in Long Island City, you might see our crews cleaning catch basins, repairing sewers, & restoring hydrants for the next few weeks. If you have questions/concerns, stop by our command bus on Jackson Ave, b/t Court Square W & Thompson Ave, from 8:30am–3:30pm, M–F.
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NYC Water Sep 16
reporting to was the right thing to do. It helps engineers pinpoint any problems. You can check SR status online here:
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New York City 311 Sep 15
Trash'em, don't flush'em... avoid in your sewers! With , you can learn about the Four P’s... as in what can go down toilets & drains... and what waste you should dispose of in your garbage:
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NYC Water Sep 13
What better way is there to care for your water supply than to join us for a reservoir cleanup on Sunday, September 15! The 6th annual cleanup follows last year’s record breaking haul—410 volunteers picked up more than 4600 lbs of debris from our shores!
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NYC DDC Sep 13
: We are working with our partners on improving street conditions, upgrading infrastructure, and alleviating flooding in Queens Village and Hollis, part of 's $1.9 billion investment in southeast Queens. Details:
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NYC Water Sep 12
On September 12, 1917, the Board of Water Supply was working on Kensico Dam plaza and landscaping details like these experimental fountains.
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NYC Water Sep 12
800 languages are spoken in NYC? This makes us one of the most diverse cities on the planet. Join today 9/12 at 6PM for the opening of “The Language of the City: Immigrant Voices” to explore the stories of immigrants in NYC. RSVP:
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NYC Water Sep 12
Thank you for flagging this! If you’re experiencing discolored water, please fill out this form , so we can follow up. Thank you!
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NYC Water Sep 11
Today, 18 years after the day we remember as 9/11, we will forever owe a debt of gratitude to those whose dedication was boundless in the hour of our greatest need.
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City of New York Sep 11
We honor and remember the thousands of lives we lost 18 years ago today. The ones who left for work and never came home. The ones who answered the call and ran into danger without looking back. New York City will their sacrifice.
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NYC Water Sep 11
Replying to @Uhleesha1024 @nyc311
If you’re experiencing discolored water, please fill out this form , so we can follow up. Thank you!
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NYC Water Sep 10
Join us tomorrow, September 11 from 4-5:30pm, for our Green Infrastructure Grant workshop at Civic Hall! Participants will have the opportunity to learn accessing funding for your green roof project.
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Tishman Environment & Design Center Sep 9
: is one of 6 NYC universities participating in the Challenge to Universities to reduce their campus-wide average water consumption by 5% by the year 2020. Have an idea? See guidelines here:
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NYC Water Sep 10
Replying to @YtcHU1 @nyc311
If you’re experiencing discolored water, please fill out this form , so we can follow up. Thank you!
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NYC Water Sep 9
No water? Spot a clogged catch basin? Construction noise driving you crazy? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you have an issue for ! Reporting your issue helps us to pinpoint and resolve your problem.
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NYC Water Sep 9
Replying to @east_tomato
Tomato! What up?! Or can we call you Tom?
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NYC Water Sep 6
When it's raining hard, our rain gardens are working hard. With double the number of rain gardens on the way, there will be 500 million gallons of stormwater that doesn't make it into our waterways!
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NYC Water Sep 6
OMG!!!!! THERE IS A SECOND TOMATO PLANT!!!!
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