Aside from the tiny, translucent robots FEMA puts in it to make us crave Medicare, New York City tap water is top-notch. The City's Department of Environmental Protection reminds us to take advantage of our enviable watershed this summer at the many Water-On-The-Go stations being set up across town.

Per the press release, "The fountains will be available seven days a week at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 1 and Union Square, five days a week at City Hall, and will rotate amongst a number of other locations including Astoria Park, Battery Park, Bronx Borough Hall, Coney Island, Grand Army Plaza and Williamsburg." Free water bottles will be distributed, and thirsts will be quenched. Last year the fountains dispensed roughly 250,000 gallons of water to almost 600,000 New Yorkers.

Go here for all the locations, or download the mobile app (!) that is infinitely more useful and delicious than "Yo."