Woburn is no longer in a drought!

Rain drops rippling in a puddle

Today the Department of Energy and Environmental Affairs declared the end of the drought in Massachusetts.

“After nine months of Massachusetts regions experiencing drought conditions, I am pleased to declare that every region has returned to normal,” said Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Rebecca Tepper. “We thank those who implemented conservation practices at such a critical time and urge residents to remain conscientious of their water use as we continue to experience more extreme and frequent weather events due to the climate crisis.”

To help alleviate conditions in case of future drought, water conservation measures are always recommended.  For more information on water conservation in Woburn, click here.