Water Treatment

The Town of Burlington's goal is to produce the highest quality drinking water for all its customers.

To maintain our commitment to you, we routinely collect and test water samples every step of the way, from the source waters right to your home, checking for purity and identifying potential problems. A yearly Water Quality Report is produced and sent to all residents in the town of Burlington, this report is also available at several locations through out the town. You may pick up a copy at the Vine Brook Water Treatment Plant on Middlesex Turnpike, the Town Hall, or the Library.

We are located at 171 Middlesex Turnpike, just around the corner from the Fire Department on Terrace Hall.

Water Conservation

Check out our Water Conservation section to learn more about how you can help conserve our water supply.

Water Access to the Mill Pond Reservoir is Prohibited

Walking on the ice in the winter or swimming in the reservoir in the summer is not only prohibited, but dangerous.

As part of the water pretreatment process, the Town has an aeration system which changes the density of the water and may make it impossible to float.

We ask all residents and visitors to stay on the walking trails and not interfere with the water treatment process..

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