Boil Water Advisory

 

 

Current Boil Water Advisory Notices

 

UPDATE – BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED – Broad Mountain System

January 8, 2021

The boil water advisory issued on December 25, 2020 for all customers served by the SCMA Broad Mountain Water System has been lifted.  The system has returned to normal operating conditions and regulatory compliance with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.  Customers will be contacted directly via phone to notify them that it is no longer necessary to boil your water.  We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

 

UPDATE to the SCMA Broad Mountain Emergency Event

SCMA is working with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection to regain regulatory compliance and return the system to normal operating conditions.  Please continue to boil your water until further notice.  We will contact all affected customers directly via phone when the boil advisory has been lifted and it is no longer necessary to boil your water.   

 

Boil Water Advisory – Broad Mountain System

December 25, 2020

Due to the recent severe rain event, a boil water advisory has been issued on December 25, 2020 for all customers served by the SCMA Broad Mountain Water System.  The heavy rains and flooding have elevated turbidity levels at the Broad Mountain treatment facility. The treated water may therefore not meet regulatory turbidity standards. The SCMA staff is working diligently to reduce the turbidity and regain regulatory compliance while keeping adequate levels for fire protection.

Affected customers will receive a notification directly via phone and should boil their water for a minimum of 1 minute before drinking.  If you do not receive a direct notification, you are not affected by this event.  We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.