Aqua Pennsylvania, a major water provider in our region, encourages everyone in southeastern Pennsylvania to discontinue nonessential water use UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

Non-essential water use includes, but is not limited to: watering lawns, washing cars, filling pools, etc. Residents are asked to limit their water use to essential functions such as bathing and cooking. 

Aqua had to shut down its water treatment plants in Phoenixville, Pa., due to heavy rainfall, flooding and loss of power. Aqua has successfully returned a portion of the Pickering East plant online, but the remnants of Hurricane Ida has caused significant damage to their facilities. It will take some time for full recovery to take place and residents are asked to take all possible measures to curtail water use until further notice. 

The Township appreciates the understanding and cooperation of residents in reducing our community's nonessential water use. 

Please refrain from calling the Township to ask for the status of Aqua's repairs as we do not have access to that information.

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