Hydrant Flushing Throughout Southampton This Week

Residents may notice a short duration of reduced pressure and some discoloration in the water.

The Upper Southampton Municipal Authority has posted a notice to let residents know that hydrants throughout the township will be flushed over the course of the next week. 

Residents are advised to refrain from using water for drinking, cooking or clothes washing while flushing is in progress. 

Hydrant flushing takes place between 8:30 A.M. and 3:30 P.M. The schedule for flushing is as follows:

TUESDAY- 10-16:  Industrial Highway Area, South of Street Road from Gravel Hill Road to Knowles Avenue; Dorchester Apartments and Steamboat Station. The remainder of Casey Village, Burgundy Hills, and Willopenn - East of Authority Drive.

WEDNESDAY- 10-17:  Second Street Pike from Street Road to James Way, plus Knowles Avenue and Gravel Hill Road, North of Street Road (Southampton Hills, Beagle Run and Gravel Hill Farms). Remainder of Burgundy Hills, Hampton Farms and Second Street Pike from Maple Avenue to Bristol Road, South of Buckstone and Sycamore Drive.

THURSDAY – 10-18:  Buck Ridge Meadows, Buck Hill Estate and the Remainder of Gravel Hill Farms. Willopenn, Stephen Way, Willowbrook, Grove, Williams, and Pennsylvania Avenue. Med-o-Wood, Miller Drive, Lynch Drive, Woodgate, Stahl Road and Harding Road (South of Maple). Chinquapin Road and Southampton Estates.

FRIDAY – 10-19:  Valley Hill Estates, Churchville Road Area, Casey Park, and Plum Street, Hamptontown, Cameron through Princeton and Stephenson Way.

MONDAY – 10-22: Cherry Lane, Cybus Way, and Redwood, Second Street Pike from Cherry Lane to Street Road, Belmont Station, Hampton Crossing, Jefferson Hills, Bonnie Brae Drive, and Glen Echo Road. Second Street Pike to County Line Road.

TUESDAY – 10-23:  James Way, Jaymor and New Road, Huntingdon Hollow and Buckstone. County Line Road, Fern and Holly Roads.

WEDNESDAY – 10-24:  Toll Road, Kingsclere, and Springwood Area. Creek View, Charles Street, and Rick Road Areas. Rose Valley Road, Russell, Marian and Holly Drive.


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