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Bulk Water Fill Station Relocated

As of Nov. 1, the Village of Addison will no longer provide bulk water at the
Public Works facility at 1491 Jeffrey Drive.  A new Water Fill Station will be located at 666 S. Vista Ave., which is right next to the Fire Station.

Current water purchasers will have an account set up for them with an Access Number (identifying your company) and PIN. Please contact the Public Works Department at 630-620-2020 to have your account set up. You will have the option for one universal PIN for each of your employees to use, or you can have each employee have their own PIN number.

The Public Works Department will bill on a quarterly basis.

All users of the filing station will be required to supply their own 2 ½” female connection hose.

Instructions on using the station can be downloaded here. If you should have any questions, contact Public Works.