On behalf of the Bristol Water Department I would like to assure all of our customers that the water in Bristol is completely safe. The reservoir where this unfortunate event occurred has been off line for the past few days due to the drought and will remain off line. We have been in consultation with the Department of Public Health and local Health Director through out the day. We are confident that the drinking water is completely safe in the City of Bristol.
Robert Longo, Superintendent
The Bristol Water Department is still in a drought situation. Mandatory restrictions are in place for all Bristol Water Customers, which include, but are not limited to all outdoor watering, washing cars, power washing homes and filling pools. It is uncertain how long the mandated water ban will be in place because of the lack of precipitation. We would like to thank everyone for their conservation efforts.
For a list of tips on how you can help conserve water and save money click on our link.
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As we have in the past and will continue to do so in the future, service to our customers is our paramount objective.
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