Pennsylvania has Issued a Drought Watch for Our Area

Updated: September 30, 2022

Note: the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has lifted the Drought Watch (as of October 17, 2022) per this press release here.


BCWSA requests that all residents begin to conserve water whenever possible.  Please refrain from any use of water that is not critical in nature, such as car washing.  Lawn sprinklers or recreational use such as pools and fountains.

For more information, click this Commonwealth of Pennsylvania article here.

We ask that the measures be followed in order to maintain the water table levels until we receive the needed rain to recharge our ground & surface water sources.  BCWSA strives to be a good neighbor and service provider to the communities it serves.

We appreciate your assistance with this conservation request.  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our office @ 215-343-2538.

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