Update September 25, 2023:
The rain came! Although it felt like more than the 1.53 inches, we hope you found enjoyment indoors this weekend. We did add about 1.6 feet to Lake Redman, reducing the YTD deficit to 12.5 inches. The drought conditions and mandatory water conservation remain in place.
Please continue to hope for more precipitation and conserve water at your homes and businesses. We appreciate the community coming together to preserve our water supply.
Update September 18, 2023:
Thank you to our community for being aware of the drought. While we are thankful for the bit of rain we received on Sunday, September 17th, , it was only 0.69” of rain. This amount of rain does not take us out of the drought conditions and the East Branch of the Codorus Creek still remains low. Please continue to conserve as a community. Every little bit helps. Mandatory restrictions remain in place.
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Click here to view a list of prohibited nonessential water uses and exceptions to the prohibitions.