Municipal Utility Committee
(previously Water Utility Committee)
Though no longer in existence, a Water Utility Committee was established by Ordinance 04-03 on September 13, 2004. The committee was charged with overseeing the preparation of bylaws, policies and procedures; making recommendations regarding a budget and providing an overview of income and expenditures; and providing overview and recommendation for the ongoing administration and operations.
Effective May 8, 2013, the Hudson Board of Selectmen adopted modifications to Hudson Town Code Chapters 142 and 270 to combine the Water and Sewer Utility Committees into a seven member Municipal Utility Committee, of which three members do not have to be served by either Town water or sewer.
The Municipal Utility Committee meets at the Town Hall on the third Wednesday of each month at 5:00 pm.
To reach the Water Department please call 886-6002.
Hudson Water Tested Safe
The Town of Hudson has two active community wells in Litchfield and they were both testing in March, 2016 for PFOA. One well tested for 7 parts per trillion and the other tested for 9 parts per trillion. Both wells have tested below state (100 parts per trillion) and federal (400 parts per trillion) levels and no action is required at this time.