Customer Water Service Line
Material Evaluation Survey
Your Participation is Needed
Residents and business owners will soon receive a survey in the mail from our Water Utility asking customers to identify the material of the water line servicing their home or business.
Parsippany Replacement Well 20
Click the links below for more information:
- Green Acres Public Meeting 5/13/21 (Video)
- 05-13-21 Parsippany-Troy Hills Green Acres Public Hearing - Transcript
- Morris County Open Space Info Package
- PTHWD GA Pre-Application Well 20R
- PARS2001 - Green Acres - Final Application - 4-16-2021
- PARS2001 - Green Acres - Final Application Part 2 - 7-26-2021
- Public Notice Parsippany Replacement Well 20 Green Acres Project
UPDATED DOCUMENTS 12/8/21
- Board of County Commissioners Resolution 2021-850 dated 10-06-21
- Signed SHC Summary
- Smith Rd Sheep Farm Minor Diversion OSTFC resolution - Adopted 9-14-21-signed
Each year, the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills (PTH) Water Department is pleased to present its annual Consumer Confidence Report. The link to this report is on this page in the right column. The purpose of this report is to provide the water consumers of the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills with a greater understanding of the quality of our drinking water and the system that delivers the water from the source to the user.
The water utility operates, controls and maintains the Township’s water supply and distribution system, wells, well fields and all equipment and accessories for the treatment, distribution, conservation and protection of the Township water supply and water services.
The division is also responsible for the reading of meters, as well as the maintenance and services of all fire hydrants in the Township.
The Parsippany - Troy Hills Water System is a groundwater- based system. Groundwater (or well water) is stored below the surface of the earth in large gravel deposits or deep porous rocks called aquifers. Groundwater is purified naturally as it filters through layers of soil, clay, rock and sand. This process known as “percolation” takes years to complete. As a result, Parsippany’s drinking water requires less treatment than surface water.
To ensure that the water serving our community is of the highest quality, Parsippany’s Water Department monitors and tests for physical, chemical, and bacterial contaminants in the water. The Water Department is not content with simply providing water to all of its residents and businesses. The Water Department is constantly improving the system to enhance the water quality, reinforce the supply of water and upgrade the distribution of water throughout the system.