New Haven Fire Dept. replaces two dry hydrants

NEW HAVEN — The New Haven Fire Department and the town selectboard recently replaced two dry hydrants at the two major water sources close to the village. The town-owned pond on Route 17/Main Street needed dam repair. The selectboard also chose to dredge the pond to provide more storage.
The pond on Town Hill Road needed dry hydrant replacement as well as dam repair and erosion control.
This work was done with the help of the Vermont Rural Fire Protection Task Force, which provides matching grants to communities to install dry hydrants, making water more readily available when needed for fires.

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