The West Groton Water Supply District was formed in 1911 by Chapter 641
of the Acts of the Massachusetts State Legislature to serve the town of West Groton.
The West Groton Water Supply District was financed by local families who secured a $25,000 bond, payable over thirty (30) years to install eight (8) 2 ½" wells (which were retired in 2019 after an upgrade), as well as a pump station and a 211,000 gallon storage tank which continue in use.
The West Groton Water Supply District has grown the original well production of 30,400 gallons per day to a system that can provide in excess of 850,000 gallons per day of quality water for over 650 accounts and still growing.
The West Groton Water Supply District had the foresight to build an additional 600,000 gallon storage tank and secured the future quality water supply by developing the Town Forest well that has permitted withdrawal approval to provide 850,000 gallons per day.
MEET OUR STAFF
Robert E. Blood
Term Expires 2026
Term Expires 2024
Term Expires 2025
Dawn M. Priest
Office Assistant / Clerk
Paul W. Curtin
Superintendent / General Manager
Emergency Service: 978-337-5265
Alex G. Krickl
WEST GROTON WATER SUPPLY DISTRICT
Providing West Groton with quality water for over 100 years.