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WATER CONSERVATION ADVISORY LIFTED FOR ELMSFORD, GREENBURGH, IRVINGTON, AND VALHALLA GRASSLANDS CAMPUS;SLEEPY HOLLOW AND TARRYTOWN ARE ON THEIR OWN LOCALLY IMPOSED CONSERVATION ADVISORY
Residents of Elmsford, Greenburgh, Irvington and the Valhalla Grasslands campus can resume routine water use today. The Westchester County Department of Health had advised residents in these communities, along with Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown, to restrict their water use from Monday evening through this morning. The conservation advisory was issued because the New York City Department of Environmental Protection closed the aqueduct due to impacts from recent storms on the Catskill Aqueduct, which limited water capacity until the aqueduct was reopened this morning.
The water in all these communities was and is safe to drink.
The county health department is also notifying residents where the advisory has been lifted through its reverse-911 telephone system.