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The North Sagamore Water District is routinely inspected by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). The DEP inspects our system for its technical, financial and managerial capacity to provide safe drinking water to you. To ensure that we provide the highest quality of water available, your water system is operated by a Massachusetts certified operator who oversees the routine operations of our system.

Currently we are supplied by three active gravel-packed wells; the Black Pond Well, which was installed in 1979, Well No.1 (the Beach Well), installed in 1958 and the Church Lane Well installed in 2001. All wells are ground water sources. The District currently does not have any interconnections with other water districts as a backup supply.

The aquifer in the Church Lane area is part of the extensive Plymouth/Carver Aquifer. The Black Pond Well is the prinicpal source of water and the Clark Road Tank level controls the pumps operation during normal conditions. The Beach Well primarily functions as a peaking well, supplying water only during peak demand periods. There are presently three above ground storage reserviors (standpipes) in the District; the Bournedale tank, the Clark Road tank and Norris Road tank.

Current Rates

Basic Minimum:  $60.00 per year or $30 semi-annual

Water Charges :

1-20,000 gallons= $1.25 per thousand

20,001-50,000 gallons= $2.50 per thousand

Over 50,000 gallons- $4.00 per thousand

Turn On's/ Off's: $50.00

Final Readings:   $50.00

New Service Connection Fee: $2,500.00 payable at the time of application

Please see District Rates and Regulations for connections

larger than 1"


Service Installation

In addition to the Connection Fee, there is a  minimum service installation fee of $2,500.00 for one-inch service and where developer has installed curb stop the fee is $1,200.00. The minimum charge covers; tap of main, cost of materials and labor to the lot line, and cost of cellar valve. The installation of the water service from the lot line to the cellar valve is the responsibility of the owner and must meet District specifications. The connections at the lot line and cellar valve will be made by the District employees who will also install a meter. A minimum fee of $100.00 is to be charged for a temporary service plus a meter will be installed and the amount of water used for the temporary service will be charged.


  • The District does not add fluoride to the water and testing of the source water detects none.

  • The State Department of Environmental Protection performed an assessment of our source water. Copies of this report are on file at the Districts Office.

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