The Village District of Eastman is committed to providing the community with exceptional drinking water and wastewater services. To that end, the VDE will:
Ø Ensure that our potable water customers are provided with quality potable water that meets or exceeds state and federal water quality regulations.
Ø Ensure that our wastewater customers have a reliable collection and disposal system.
Ø Provide ongoing preventive maintenance and improvements to both potable and wastewater infrastructures to ensure continuous service.
Ø Continue to ensure the long-term viability of the District’s water sources, including wellfield protections and well explorations.
Ø Work in continued outreach to educate the community on the challenges public water utilities face, in order to maintain a better understanding of our practices and goals.
- Karla Karash
- Duncan Wood
- Len DeJong
Treasurer: David Wright
Deputy Treasurer: Bill Samuels
Moderator: Lorie McClory
Clerk: Bob Parker
What Is The Village District of Eastman?
- Municipal Overlay District
- Provides Potable Water and Wastewater services to portions of three towns
- 1320 water customers
- 535 wastewater customers
- Functions in the same manner as a NH Town
- Annual Meeting and three elected Commissioners
- Water is funded through real estate tax (58%) and user fees (42%)
- Wastewater is funded through user fees only (100%)
Do you have a WATTS #7?
A backflow prevention device, informally known as a Watts #7, is required to be installed with a water meter. Please click on the link below to read about why this is such an important piece of equipment.
Please make sure there are no impediments at, near or around your street water shut-off (curb stop). The district policy is a 5′-radius minimum. If we need to shut your water off in the event of an emergency, or for any other reason, and cannot reach the shut-off or put our wrench on it, you may sustain further damage. If you are not sure where your shut-off is, we will be happy to locate it for you at no charge.