In downtown Brooklyn yesterday, Michael Bloomberg announced a new program that will bring water stations to public spaces around the city, at least through Labor Day. The Water-On-The-Go program connects stations (which contain six faucets each) to fire hydrants, and allows people to fill their water bottles or their dog's portable water bowls. There will be 10 stations, rotating through locations like Brooklyn Bridge Park and Times Square, and each will have volunteers watching over them (you know, to make sure no one spikes the H2O with LSD). Here's a full schedule that'll keep you hydrated all summer long—don't forget, NYC has some of the best tasting tap water in the nation!