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The Suffolk County Water Authority has applied for nearly $60 million in funding from the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation (EFC) for key water infrastructure projects throughout the SCWA service territory. If approved, the grants would fund vital water quality projects in numerous communities.
For all SCWA customers to immediately stop using irrigation systems between midnight and 7am.
Larger Pipe Will Improve Water Pressure, Fire Protection in Area
For East Hampton, Southampton, Southold, & Shelter Island to immediately stop using irrigation systems between midnight and 7am.
Local Firefighters, Emergency Services Workers, Elected Officials, Join Call
For Conservation During Underway Hot and Dry Period
With continued hot and dry weather leading to excessive early morning water use that is pushing water infrastructure to its limits, the Suffolk County Water Authority is urging residents to immediately take steps to conserve water.
Includes $20 Million for Suffolk County to Help Address Substandard or Failing Systems.
More Than 1,000 Feet of New Pipe Installed on McCall Road and Surrounding Streets.
Community Leader, Businessman and Former Brookhaven Town Councilman Named to Board in 18-0 Vote on Tuesday.
Water system serves approximately 200 people in northwest Shelter Island.