The City of Dover is fortunate to have long enjoyed clear, clean and abundant drinking water from well fields maintained by the employees of the water department. The water is so clean, that Dover was the last city east of the Mississippi River to treat its water supply, which was accomplished in the late 1990s. Dover's water is now filtered and contains a small amount of chlorine for sanitation reasons. No fluoride is used and the water is not softened prior to distribution.
For more information, or to report problems with your water service or sanitary sewer, call the Dover Wastewater Treatment Plant at (330) 343-3443. Calls concerning problems with sewer and water should be directed to the Water/Wastewater Departments before calling a plumber. The facility is staffed 24 hours a day and your call will be directed to the proper personnel. If you reach a voicemail, please leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible.
The City of Dover Water/Wastewater Department has completed the Sanitary Sewer Overflow Annual Report as required by our Ohio EPA-issued NPDES Permit. Copies of this report are available by downloading the PDF below.
The Dover Wastewater Treatment Plant is located at 100 North Tuscarawas Avenue.
The Water Works Plant is located at 390 West 17th St. and can be contacted by calling (330) 343-4116.
More information can be obtained by emailing Water/Wastewater Department Superintendent Mark Keyser at email@example.com.
For your health and safety, it is recommended that owners flush the stagnant water from their plumbing before reopening buildings that have had little or no water usage. Please click here ODH-OhioEPA-Building-Owners-Occupants-Tenants to read the important notice. For more information, you may also call (330) 343-3443.