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FAQ on Boil Water Order


Water service has been restored across the city. Water is flowing in to the city from both Silver Lake & Aquaria. Flushing operations are ongoing, some residents will experience discolored water but the water is safe for all uses except drinking and eating. All schools are OPEN! The Boil Water Order remains in effect.

Until the boil water advisory is lifted, all users are asked to eliminate all nonessential water use until the situation is resolved. This includes:

  • irrigation of lawns via sprinklers or automatic irrigation systems;
  • filling of swimming pools;
  • washing of vehicles; and
  • washing of exterior building surfaces, parking lots, driveways or sidewalks

Effective 9am Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 Mayor Bill Carpenter has declared a State of Emergency in the City of Brockton

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection has issued a boiled water order for the City of Brockton and other areas affected by this water main break. It is anticipated the order will remain in affect for the next 24 hours, or longer. Do not drink or use tap water for human consumption. Check periodically for any further updates.
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Traffic Impact and Access Study Proposed Resort/Casino

Rush Street Gaming Presentation to City Council March 2, 2015


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