Current News Releases
Madison Water Utility seeks public input on critical water issues
This summer, Madison Water Utility is reaching out to people across the city in an effort to gauge public awareness and attitudes about water issues.
State’s first Water Conservation Program for low-to-mid income homeowners launched in Madison
WHO: Madison Water Utility and Project Home have teamed-up to launch the first water conservation program in Wisconsin aimed at helping low-to-moderate income (LMI) homeowners reduce water waste, increase efficiency and sa
Informe anual sobre la calidad del agua de Madison ahora está disponible
Este mes, cada hogar en Madison va recibir una tarjeta postal con información importante sobre el agua potable.
Madison’s Annual Water Quality Report is out!
This month, every home in Madison will be getting a postcard in the mail with important information about the city’s drinking water.
Three more Madison elementary schools get drinking water stations
Monday marks the start of National Drinking Water Week, and we’ll be celebrating with students from across Madison.
Raising the roof (literally) tomorrow at Lake View Water Tower
A 20-ton domed steel plate will hover briefly over Lake View Hill Park tomorrow morning as crews carefully install the top of Madison’s newest water tower.
Popular Toilet Rebate Program expanded to all MWU customers
It’s already one of the most successful water conservation programs ever launched in Madison.
Take action now to protect your pipes from frigid temps!
Winter's first deep freeze is headed our way, so Madison Water Utility is reminding customers to make sure water pipes are protected.
Madison’s annual water use below 10 billion gallons for the first time in 47 years
Madison has 81,000 more people than it had in 1968, but believe it or not, the city is using about the same amount of water. For the first time in 47 years, annual water use in Madison dropped below 10 billion gallons.
Madison Water Utility to study campus-area well
UPDATE - 6/16/2016:
“Wellhead Protection Area” signs go up on west side
Drivers on University Ave. and Whitney Way may notice some new road signs during their commutes this week.
UW Engineers Without Borders students to learn about filtration at MWU well
Tonight, a group of students from the UW Madison chapter of Engineers Without Borders will get an inside look MWU’s newest facility – the recently rebuilt Well 7 at 1613 N.