Bangor Water

Welcome! Bangor Water was scheduled to file this month for a rate change to take effect on July 1, but at a special meeting on April 2 our Board of Trustees voted to postpone the increase until later this year or until 2021. Although the water bill increase was small for many customers (three cents a day for our minimum users), the Board recognized that any change during this time of uncertainty would be stressful. We will review our 2020 budget - especially projects scheduled in conjunction with others such as the City of Bangor - and we will each month review the loss of revenue from the COVID-19 shutdowns before making new plans.

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What do you know about your drinking water? Floods Pond in Otis, nestled in a pristine and protected watershed, provides an abundant supply of safe and reliable water.

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What would you do without water for a day? From drinking, showering, brushing your teeth, washing your hands and laundry, and much more, water provides an abundance of essential daily uses at the turn of your tap.

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News from Bangor Water re COVID-19

As of March 18, Bangor Water closed its facilities to the public.  We are following the lead of the City of Bangor and many other public entities to reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure for our staff members and the public.  Our employees are working staggered and reduced to shifts, but our business hours remain 7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday (excluding holidays).

As usual – payments can be made through our website, through the mail, and through the dropslot at our office front door.  As usual – contact for transfer of water service.  Contact for billing and payment information.  Contact with other questions, and we’ll redirect to the appropriate staff member as available.  Our phone number is (207) 947-4516.

We have suspended appointments that require us to enter customers’ buildings.  Requests for reconnection of water service are being reviewed on a case by case basis.

We’ll be closed to the public until it’s advisable – per public health officials – to re-open.  



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