The Rowley Water Department is a Municipal Water Department governed by an elected Board consisting of three Commissioners. Each Commission term is for three years and with each term being staggered so that residents vote each year to fill a term.
revised February 7, 2017
“To provide adequate water quantity and quality at a reasonable cost that meets or exceeds Massachusetts and Federal drinking water standards. To provide sufficient water for fire protection and to maintain adequate pressures throughout the distribution system. To administer first-rate customer service to the Town of Rowley. To operate all aspects of the municipal water supply in an environmentally sound fashion and to maximize system reliability, minimize losses, repair or improve system deficiencies and operate within an established budget. To ensure regulatory compliance and to protect the residents from contamination and back siphon/ backflow water quality issues.”
The Town of Rowley Water Department is committed to providing its residents with drinking water of the highest quality possible and we constantly strive to improve all facets of our water system. Our goal is to ensure that we have ample water supplies now and in the future that are contaminant free.
The Board generally meets the second Tuesday of each month.
Current Board of Water Commissioners
2015-present — John Manning, Commissioner
2016-present — Mark Emery, Chairman
2016-present — Bernard Cullen, Commissioner