COVID-19 Information

Please click here to learn about the Water Department's precautions relating to COVID-19


The Water Division is responsible for producing and delivering drinking water that meets or exceeds all federal and state standards. This division owns and operates:

  • More than 220 miles of underground piping
  • 2 drinking water treatment facilities
  • 2 reservoir watersheds
  • 4 booster pumping stations
  • 7 dams
  • 8 groundwater wells
This system serves over 11,000 residential and commercial customer connections.

Water Restriction In Place

Due to drought conditions dating back to the summer of 2020 the Westfield Water Division on behalf of the Board of water commissioners has determined that mandatory conservation measures are necessary to ensure that an adequate supply of water exists for all water consumers. Please click here for more information about this restriction. Thank you for your cooperation.

​2019 Water Quality Report

​Concerned about the quality of Westfield's water? Click here for a report of 2019 water quality with detailed testing results.

East Mountain Tank Replacement Project

​​In 2020 the aging 2.7 million gallon water storage tank on East Mountain Road was replaced.
Click here to read about the project.​​