Landover Hills, MD: The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) announced that water restrictions are lifted for South County residents in the impacted area of the replacement of a 54-inch concrete pipeline.  WSSC crews have been able to open both valves that were isolating the repaired 54” water main, placing this section of pipe back in service.  Impacted communities included Morningside, Hillcrest Heights, Camp Springs, Forest Heights, Temple Hills, and Oxon Hill, including Joint Base Andrews and the National Harbor.  For more information, please click here.

“I want to, first and foremost, thank the impacted residents and businesses of South County for their patience, understanding and adherence to the requests to stockpile and conserve water this week.  This ordeal was quite an inconvenience and yet thousands of Prince Georgians took it in stride, looked out after one another, and did everything that we asked them to do,” said Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III. “I also want to thank the workers of WSSC for their hard work and diligence to quickly repair this water main without our residents completely losing their access to water.  Finally, I want to acknowledge the incredible employees of Prince George’s County who mobilized on a moment’s notice to ensure that our residents were safe, secure, and assisted with resources when needed.”