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News and Events
2021 Hydrant Contest Winner Completes Painting
NPWA recently welcomed Cecelia Breen to their Operations Center to paint a fire hydrant, for which she submitted her winning design to their hydrant design contest held in May for Drinking Water Week. The hydrant will proudly be on display in front of NPWA’s Operations Center, located at 300 Forty Foot Road in Towamencin. A sign with her name will also accompany the hydrant, which will remain there until a new winner is announced during next year’s contest.
NPWA Releases Children’s Book
NPWA is excited to announce the release of its first children’s book, “The Source to Tap Mystery,” which will be available free to children in the community beginning May 15, 2021.
The interactive coloring book is a fun and educational way to teach early elementary-aged children about the journey water takes from the water source to their homes. Children can take an adventure with the book’s main character, a water drop named “H2Ollie,” and his friends, and complete some fun activities along the way while they solve the mystery of where their water comes from. Find out how to get a copy of the book here:
Water Meter Upgrade Program
North Penn Water Authority is beginning a water meter replacement program to ensure accurate measurement of water consumption in the water system.
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