Water Companies in Brockton, MA
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Aquarion Water Co
(781) 982-7555 more info
Bay State Gas Company Heating & Water Heater Repairs 24HR
(877) 677-5052 more info
Braintree Water Department
(781) 843-8097 more info
Bridgewater Water Department
(508) 697-0910 more info
* Brockton Water Department
(508) 580-7143 more info
Canton Water & Sewer Collections
(781) 821-5017 more info
Easton Water Department
(508) 230-0850 more info
Hanson Water Department
(781) 447-1200 more info
Rockland Water Department
(781) 878-0901 more info
Sharon Water Division
(781) 784-1525 more info
Water Department
(508) 378-1619 more info
Water Department
(781) 961-0942 more info
West Bridgewater Water Department
(508) 894-1271 more info

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Facts about Brockton, MA:
Brockton is a city in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States; the population was 95,314 in the 2015 Census. Brockton, along with Plymouth, are the county seats of Plymouth County. In 1649, Ousamequin (Massasoit) sold the surrounding land, then known as Saughtucket, to Myles Standish as an addition to Duxbury. Brockton was part of this area, which the English renamed Bridgewater, until 1821, when it became the town of North Bridgewater. Its name changed in 1874, after a contentious process finally decided on naming it after Isaac Brock, after a local merchant heard of Brockville, Ontario, on a trip to Niagara Falls. Brockton became a city on April 9, 1881. During the American Civil War, Brockton was America's largest producer of shoes, and until the latter parts of the 20th century Brockton had a large shoe and leather products industry. Brockton station on a 1906 postcard Oldest house in 1910 Main Street c. 1910 Shoe factory in 1910 According to the United States Census...

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