Bethpage Water District Blog

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Monday, December 15, 2014

Check the Pipes Before You Fly South

As temperatures continue to decline, many Bethpage residents choose to lock up their Long Island homes and head towards warmer weather for the fall and winter seasons. Bethpage Water District reminds these residents to take the necessary preventive actions to ensure pipes don"t burst, leak, or freeze during their absence.

Monday, December 15, 2014

Bethpage Water District Urges Residents to Prepare for the Winter

With the winter season approaching, Bethpage Water District Board of Commissioners William Ellinger, John Sullivan and Gary Bretton remind residents to take action in order to protect their pipes, sprinkler systems and meters against possible damage from freezing temperatures.

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Bethpage Water District Greets Community at the Bethpage Fire Department Street Fair

Bethpage Water District (BWD) Superintendent Mike Boufis and Secretary to the Board of Commissioners Sal Greco recently attended the Bethpage Fire Department (BFD) Street Fair on behalf of the Board of Commissioners Chairman William Ellinger, Treasurer John Sullivan and Secretary Gary Bretton. The BWD greeted fair attendees at the booth set up to educate the Bethpage community on the new "EyeOnWater" digital water meter system. The new system will send email alerts to warn residents of any leaks or complications they may not be aware they have.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Bethpage Water District Joins Discussion on State of Long Island"s Water

Bethpage Water District Superintendent Michael Boufis and Secretary Sal Greco recently participated in the Long Island Water Quality Symposium on behalf of Bethpage Water District commissioners John Sullivan, William Ellinger and Gary Bretton

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Join Bethpage Water District in Honoring National Water Quality Month

During National Water Quality Month this August, the Bethpage Water District is encouraging residents to learn how they can help protect the community"s water supply. Following suggestions to help minimize water usage, properly disposing waste and maintaining backflow devices can help residents make significant contributions to improving water quality and the environment.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

****Urgent Security Notice ***

Recently, there have been reports of individuals posing as Bethpage Water District (BWD) employees in order to enter resident homes.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Bethpage Water District Encourages Residents to Fill Their Swimming Pools Responsibly

The Bethpage Water District would like to encourage residents to adhere to proper pool-filling procedures to help save water. Following a few simple tips can help residents make a significant impact towards water conservation during the hot summer months ahead.