Bethpage Water District Blog

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

New Online Portal for Residents to Track Water Usage

The new online, radio read meter system "EyeOnWater," helps residents better recognize trends within their daily water usage quickly and efficiently. Furthermore, residents can view any detected problems via the new digital monitoring account, and will receive alerts in the event of a leak. Residents can look forward to more improvements in the future, including a new mobile application.

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.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Bethpage Water District opens it's doors to you!

The Bethpage Water District Board of Commissioners William Ellinger, Gary Bretton, and John Sullivan invite all youth community organizations in the Bethpage community to visit the Bethpage Water District and tour its facilities as part of a summer education initiative.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Introducing Bethpage Water District's new meter reading system

All customers with the new radio read meter system will be able to view daily consumption, follow trends and even set an alert to their email if a leak should occur. This is a great way for all of us to conserve our water and for you to save money. Please call for an appointment to have your new meter installed today. The best news is that it is free!!! For all of those who have had it installed, please follow the steps below to set up your account for monitoring. Look out for the debut of the mobile application due out in the near future.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Bethpage Superintendent Receives Honor

Outstanding service to the industry

Thursday, March 20, 2014


Project to be completed in early spring 2014