PA American Water Tuesday announced the lifting of the voluntary conservation notice for customers in its Nazareth Service Area in Northampton County. The conservation notice was issued for PA American Water customers on November 13 due to below-normal rainfall.
“Supply levels at our water sources have returned to normal levels,” said Don Kessler, manager of Field Operations, Pennsylvania American Water. “Recent rain events helped ease conditions. We continue to monitor our water supplies and urge our customers to use water wisely.”
This notice applies only to Pennsylvania American Water customers in the following areas: Bushkill Township; Easton; Forks; Lower Nazareth; Nazareth; Palmer; Pen Argyl Borough; Plainfield Township; Stockertown; Tatamy; Upper Nazareth; Washington Township; and Wind Gap.“We appreciate our customers’ assistance in following the drought restrictions,” said Kessler. “The customers’ conservation efforts helped offset any potential supply shortage.”