The Water Resources Department continues to monitor the Coronavirus as it evolves throughout the country and Ohio. According to the Center for Disease Control and Water Environment Federation, currently, there is no evidence on the survival of the COVID-19 virus in drinking water or wastewater. We know water is essential to good health and hygiene. Below are a few helpful links concerning staying healthy and things you can do to protect the environment.
CDC Water Transmission and COVID-19
Drinking-Water, Recreational Water and Wastewater: What You Need to Know
DO NOT FLUSH WIPES – Think twice after you use disinfecting wipes and DO NOT FLUSH them down the toilet. Also, so-called flushable wipes are not flushable. Think about your wallet before you flush wipes, it could cost you thousands of dollars in repairs. GROSS news story about what is happening in Washington DC.
Water Storage – FEMA recommends you prepare yourself by building a supply of water that will meet your family’s needs during an emergency. For more: ready.gov/water
Cover Letter and Informational Packet 7-30-2019
Newtonsville Redesign Letter To Residents 6/26/2018
Public Information Meeting 3/13/2018: Meeting Letter
Public Information Meeting 3/13/2018: Comment Sheet
Public Information Meeting 3/13/2018: Water Resources Department Presentation
Public Information Meeting 3/13/2018: Public Health Presentation
Newtonsville WWTP and Collection System Design Drawings 9-12-2017
Newtonsville Engineering Report
Newtonsville Assessment Roll for Public Hearing September 25, 2017
Public Hearing Legal Notice and Sample Property Owner Notification September 25, 2017