The spread of the coronavirus represents an unprecedented situation. The South Huntington Water District has been proactive in addressing the situation and adhering to the conditions of the state of emergency for the public wellbeing.
- The virus is not waterborne, and all South Huntington water is already treated with chlorine for disinfection purposes. Your water supply is safe to use in all ways. Water flow, water pressure and water services have not been interrupted by this crisis. As a result, there is no need to stockpile bottled water.
- It is imperative to be vigilant and obey good hygiene practices. Refer to Red Cross suggestions below.
- Stay home if you or family members are sick or showing signs of sickness including a cold, respiratory concerns, cough, fatigue or fever. Having one or multiple symptoms does not mean you have the virus.
- Any person who has been told to self-quarantine must stay home.
Paying Water Bills:
This is a very difficult time for our community. In an abundance of caution, we are restricting public access to the South Huntington Water District office until further notice as we adjust to the current worldwide circumstances.
Check payments for water bills can be left in our drop box at the Administration building, at 75 5th Avenue South, Huntington Station, NY 11746, during the hours of 8:30am to 4:30pm.
Electronic payments can be made here.
The District has been proactively educating its staff on the prevention and spread of the Coronavirus and other related illnesses. In addition, the District has implemented an immediate policy that would restrict employees from performing any non-emergency residential service calls until further notice.
If you have questions or concerns please call us during normal business hours at 631-427-8190.
The South Huntington Water District Board of Water Commissioners