The Belmont County Sanitary Sewer District issued a water conservation order on Friday morning for west of St. Clairsville to Morristown.
There will be a 48 hour boil order for all residents in the Belmont County Sanitary Sewer District who were without water or experienced low water pressure. They advise the boil order will start when water is restored.
Meantime, according to police, water break in Bethesda has lead to a boil order for the entire south part of town from Railroad Street and south. That was also put into effect on Friday morning and will last for 48 hours.