Water Projects

Great Road Water Main Construction

Construction of a water main on Great Road from Lawrence Street to Beaver Brook Road will begin on October 6th.  Digging a six-foot trench and installing pipe will disrupt traffic along the route.  For more information, Continue Reading

Spectacle Pond Transmission Main

The Littleton Water Department is constructing a raw water transmission main to link the Spectacle Pond well to the new Whitcomb Ave Water Treatment Plant this summer. Continue Reading

Whitcomb Ave Water Treatment Plant & Well Redevelopment

Construction is underway of the 10,500-square-foot treatment plant with a capacity of 1.8 MGD. This plant will utilize biological filtration to remove PFAS, iron, and manganese. The entire project will be funded through the State Revolving Fund Loan Program which includes a 0% interest loan.. Continue Reading

Cedar Hill Water Tank

The Littleton Water Department has begun the process of replacing the existing water storage tank on Cedar Road with a NEW Storage Tank which will be constructed on the parcel abutting the existing water tank parcel (34 Cedar Road). The first step in this process was retaining the services of Tata & Howard, Inc. for the design and construction oversight of the New Cedar Hill Water Tank. Continue Reading

Highway Garage Demolition

The Littleton Water Department is restoring valuable land, once the site of the town’s highway garage, at the Whitcomb Ave wells because it is within the Zone 1 aquifer protection area and wetlands resource area. Demolition of the garage and restoring the land is planned to be completed by Spring 2020.

Meter Replacement Program – Ongoing throughout 2019

LWD is continuing the process of replacing all water meters throughout our entire service area. The new meters help LWD by improving accuracy and efficiency. For the customer, the new meters help to detect leaks, saving customers money and most importantly, conserving water. Once the program is completed in 2020, LWD will be able to combine meter reading operations with LELD, improving our efficiency and allowing us to better serve our customers.