Get information about the Bluebelt program and Bluebelt property maintenance and cleanup. Search for an existing Bluebelt land designation on a property.
Get a kit to help homeowners conserve water.
Information about the City's backflow prevention program.
Learn about drinking water quality.
Get a report on drinking water quality.
Request hydrant installation, removal, relocation, locking, unlocking, or spray cap fitting.
Report trash or problem with a Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) waterway boom boom or net containments.
Get information about the New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority.
Information about the Newtown Creek Visitor Center.
Learn about reducing lead in drinking water.
Request a kit to test drinking water for high levels of lead.
Get information about water conservation.
Water fountains and bottle refill stations throughout the five boroughs.
Get information about water hardness.
Request to turn off water service at a residential or commercial property.
Get information about the water supply system, including maps.
Apply for certification to unload water from a shipping hydrant for general use.
Get information about flood zone designations for specific properties.
Get information about watershed rules and permits.
Apply for a permit to install and use water backflow preventers.
Get a permit to use water in a way that is not normally allowed by New York City law.
Apply for a permit to connect or close water taps or wet connections. Get a map of sewer pipes.
Report a hydrant that is damaged, missing, or being used inappropriately.
You can report a hydrant that is leaking, running, or running at full blast and with great force. The City inspects hydrants running at full blast within 24 hours.
Report street or highway flooding or a manhole overflow.
Report no water, no hot water, only scalding hot water, or poor water quality or pressure.
Report water leaking into a public area or basement.
Report a defective water sampling station.
Report the use of too much water.
Report floatables, trash, oil, gasoline, sewage, or an unusual color in a waterway.