Pursuant to its authority under State and local laws, rules, and regulations, the City of Westfield Board of Water Commissioners has declared a State of Water Supply Conservation. A water supply shortage was created with the removal of Municipal Wells Number 7 and 8 due to contamination with PFASs.The Board of Water Commissioners has determined that mandatory conservation measures are necessary to ensure that an adequate supply of water exists for all water consumers.
This Non- Essential Water Use Restriction begins July 1, 2018 and shall be effective until further notice.
A All non-essential water use is ONLY ALLOWED on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday before 9am and after 5pm at ODD Numbered Houses.
B All non-essential water use is ONLY ALLOWED on Wednesday Friday, and Sunday before 9am and after 5pm at EVEN Numbered Houses.
C No non-essential water use is allowed on Mondays.
Examples of “non-essential” water use include:
Examples of water uses NOT subject to restrictions:
It is unlawful for any person to violate the terms, conditions, restrictions or requirements of a declaration of a state of water supply emergency or state of water supply conservation. The penalty for violation of these mandatory restrictions is $25.00 for the first citation and $50.00 for the second and each additional citation. Each day on which a violation occurs constitutes a separate violation.
This mandatory water restriction program is designed to sustain the water supply for all. Your anticipated cooperation is greatly appreciated. If you have any questions please contact the Water Division at 413-572-6269.