Posted on: March 8, 2017
City of Dayton Water Department Director, Michael Powell interviews employees that have gone "above and beyond" their assigned duties in the Water Department. They share their unique interests and contributions both inside an...Watch Archived Videos...
Posted on: December 12, 2016
Each winter, Dayton homes are open to the risk of their in-home plumbing freezing with the dropping temperatures. To prevent your water pipes from freezing, or to thaw pipes which have already frozen, follow the suggestions below:
Additional Info from the Red Cross
- As temperatures fall belo...
Posted on: December 9, 2016
In recognition of efforts to protect local groundwater supplies, the Dayton Multi-Jurisdictional Source Water Protection Program has been named a 2016 Groundwater Guardian by The Groundwater Foundation, a national nonprofit organization with the mission t...Read More
Posted on: December 6, 2016
Our Department of Water personnel convened with regional peers and colleagues at today's Confluence Tech Showcase in Covington, Kentucky. In addition to displaying our latest news and developments at an event booth, the water staff got to show of...Read More
Tech Showcase Information
Posted on: November 4, 2016
Jackie Richmond, a city of Dayton employee for 22 years, received a spotlight from the Interim Department Director, Michael Powell. Mr. Powell takes the opportunity to showcase employees in the Water Department that not only positively contribute to the C...Watch Video
Posted on: September 15, 2016
What would happen if you turned on the faucet, but nothing came out? What if fire hydrants, toilets and other basic tools we take for granted all of a sudden stopped working? Imagine a day without water.
As recent events across the nation and the Midwe...Read More
Department of Water
Posted on: July 23, 2016
An article in the Dayton Daily News chronicles the difference the Water Department is making in residents' wastewater services and experiences.
"Compared to the prior year, overflows were down 68 percent, water intrusions fell 43 percent and stopp...Read More
Dayton Daily News [STORY]