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Pender County Utilities' water customers on Dogwood Lane in Hampstead and all side roads and neighborhoods off Dogwood Lane are impacted by a water main break.
Due to a water main break and other Hurricane Dorian related failures, water service for Pender County Utility customers is either unavailable or below normal pressure.
Mandatory water restrictions are no longer in effect in eastern Pender County, but the county still wants you to conserve.
Brunswick County has declared a Stage 1 Water Conservation Alert to ensure adequate water is available for essential needs. The alert comes after days of high temperatures and little rain.
The county has issued a stage 3 water shortage emergency restricting irrigation. It's impacting not only neighbors, but businesses who rely on the systems for lawn work.
Pender County leaders say the county will not charge water customers in a drought surcharge during the water shortage emergency in the eastern part of the county.
A water shortage emergency for Pender County Utilities water users in Hampstead and Scott's Hill areas until further notice.
Due to the impact of Hurricane Florence and related delays in the delivery of mail, the Pender County Utilities Department will not charge late fees or performing service cut-offs in September.
Pender County Utilities urges water consumers to conserve water or the utility will have to end service.