Apply for or renew a permit to add chemicals to a building's drinking water supply.
Find a station where boat owners can legally dispose of onboard septic waste.
Learn when a big storm causes wastewater treatment plants or sewers to get too full and untreated sewage to spill into waterways.
Learn about the cross connection or water backflow program and business requirements.
Report a dead animal in a public place, including sidewalks, highways, and parks.
Report a problem with water, odor, taste, discolor, and illness caused by drinking water. Learn about water quality and building water tank inspections.
Report water flowing through a sewer outfall pipe during dry weather.
Report a problem with a fire hydrant.
Request installation, removal, relocation, locking, unlocking, or spray cap fitting.
Report trash in a waterway. Learn about reducing floatables and other trash in waterways.
Learn about flood zone designations for specific properties.
Get a kit to test drinking water for high levels of lead and tips to reduce lead exposure.
Information about Newtown Creek Nature Walk and Visitor Center.
Report no water, water pressure, or temperature problems.
Report a problem with a private, on-site sewage disposal system (septic or cesspool).
Learn about the requirements for cleaning a septic tank.
Report a condition at a private solid waste transfer station.
Report standing water outdoors during Mosquito Season.
Learn about the Staten Island Bluebelt maintenance and cleanup program.
Learn about wastewater treatment rules for businesses.
Report noise or a bad smell from a wastewater treatment plant, sewage treatment plant, or pumping station.
Report the use of too much water.
Learn about fountains and bottle refill stations providing quality drinking water.
Learn about water hardness.
Report water leaking into an apartment, public area of a residential building, or basement. Learn how to prevent leaks.
Apply for a water potability certificate, which confirms that water is safe to drink.
Get items to help you conserve water at home.
Learn how to conserve water.
Apply for certification to unload water from a shipping hydrant for general use.
Learn about required permit for certain activities on upstate reservoir lands.
Report floating debris, oil, gasoline, sewage, or unusual color in a waterway.