Backflow/Cross-Connection Information

Cross Connection/Backflow Devices – Safeguarding Public Drinking Water When water enters your home from the main water supply line, it should only ever flow in one direction: into your home. But sometimes, due to pressure changes or loss of pressure in the pipes,...

Updates on the Recent Drought

Within the past few months, Massachusetts has experienced a dry period to which the Commonwealth has declared a significant drought throughout the state. The Lynnfield Water District receives it’s water from the MWRA. The MWRA’s water communities have been...

PFAS Too Low to be Quantified in MWRA Drinking Water

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (together abbreviated as PFAS) are a class of human-made chemicals that have been used in household products for decades. They are typically associated with the manufacturing of non-stick coatings, water and stain-proofing...

Request for Proposal – Lease of Storage Tank for Cell Vendor

The Lynnfield Water District (“District”) is soliciting requests for proposals for lease of property on or adjacent to the District’s two water storage tanks for use by one or more cell vendors.  The storage tanks are located at 325 Rear Broadway in Lynnfield.  The...

LWD Receives Third Consecutive MassDEP Public Water System Award

LYNNFIELD, MA –Lynnfield Water District is pleased to receive a 2022 Public Water System Award from the Drinking Water Program of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (Mass DEP).  For a  third consecutive year, the District was recognized for...

LWD Flushing Water Mains August – November 2021

The District flushes water mains this fall as an important preventative maintenance activity.  Flushing allows the District to remove sediment or other solids that might collect in the water mains. Flushing also helps maintain water quality and fire flows in the...