Jersey Shore is located along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River in southern Lycoming County, and provides easy access to recreation opportunities along the Susquehanna River, Pine Creek, and Larry’s Creek.
Jersey Shore Area Joint Water Authority is issuing a voluntary water conservation notice to reduce the high demand on the entire water system as a result of recent prolonged high temperatures and dry conditions. Voluntary conservation by customers is necessary to help sustain system-wide water pressures and prevent disruption in water service, including potential impacts to fire protection. Customers served by Jersey Shore Area Joint Water Authority in the areas of Jersey Shore Borough, Pine Creek Township, Anthony Township, Porter Township, Nippenose Township, Mifflin Township, Piatt Township, and Salladasburg Borough are requested to voluntarily limit all non-essential water use until further notice. Support of this voluntary conservation notice will help to potentially avoid more restrictive measures to reduce usage. Customers will be notified when the voluntary conservation notice is lifted and updates will be provided through the authority website. For more information, call 570.398.1443
Jersey Shore is located along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River in southern Lycoming County, and provides easy access to recreation opportunities along the Susquehanna River, Pine Creek, and Larry’s Creek. These opportunities include trout fishing, hiking, mountain biking, camping, snowmobiling, hunting, outlet shopping at Woolrich, downhill and cross country skiing. Jersey Shore’s scenic river location, historic homes and small-town atmosphere make us a unique and pleasant place to call home.
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