Providence Water, although a department of the City of Providence, is regulated by state and federal agencies in addition to city policies and procedures. The quality of our treated drinking water is regulated by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Rhode Island Department of Health. Our revenue and rate structure is regulated by the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission.

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Scheduled Hydrant Flow Testing

HYDRANT FLOW TESTING TONIGHT IN PROVIDENCE AND CRANSTON

Providence Water crews will be in the following neighborhoods tonight, Wednesday March 29,from 10:00 PM-6:00 AM performing hydrant flow tests and routine maintenance to ensure fire safety for you and your family.

- Dyer St. at Pine St., Providence
- Harmon Ave. at Pleasant Hill Rd., Cranston

This maintenance work often causes temporary discoloration of water from your faucet and occasionally, temporary instances of low water pressure.

The water is safe for you to use and discoloration of water normally goes away between 24 and 48 hours. Flushing the cold water faucet in your property for several minutes will often eliminate the discoloration issue