After the board meeting on March 26 it was decided to extend provisions of our emergency response plan at least until May 14. The office will remain closed to the public until public health officials lift the emergency orders currently in place. This is a decision made out of concern for the safety and well-being of our staff, customers, and the surrounding communities.

A standby technician will be on call throughout this time to respond to any and all emergent requests. For any non-emergent questions or concerns, we recommend sending an email to This is a monitored inbox and one of our staff will get back to you as soon as possible.
Please be safe and left us know if you have any questions or concerns.

Brunswick & Topsham Water District
Quality and Reliability Since 1903    

Brunswick & Topsham Media

Pictures of the Flood in March 1936

Doing Away with Federal Street Bridge Crossing 1948

Replacement of old 6" water main on Jordan Ave 1948

Topsham Standpipe Re-Construction 1951

Williams Farm 1953-1957

Celebration of Service After 34 1/2 Years

2005 Oak Street, Topsham Tank Construction

2009 School Street, Main Replacement

2009 Main Replacement
Frank J. Wood Bridge

Bath Road Leak
August 30, 2009