Water Conservation Is Mandatory; Declaration of Emergency May Be Lifted Monday

Residents are reminded that we are still under a declared “State of Emergency” and a “Boil Water Advisory” until further notice.

The water conservation effort is still mandatory and cooperation of residential and commercial customers is still extremely important to ensure an expedited recovery of the system.

The satellite water distribution centers will be ceasing operations at 1800 hours today (Friday). However, drinking water will continue to be available at City of Bradford Central Fire Station at 25 Chestnut St in Bradford. We will continue to offer one case of water per residence for customers of the BWA.

Pending no setbacks, the BWA is anticipating that the community will be able to resume normal operations including commercial, industrial, educational, and residential operations by Monday.

If there is any change to this anticipated direction, we will alert the community as soon as possible through local news outlets as well as social media websites.
The Mayor and City Council believe that the Declaration of Emergency will be lifted Monday as long as the progress continues as anticipated.


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