ROSELAND, NJ — The borough of Roseland will be conducting improvements to the water system and water storage tank beginning this week.

After installing a pressure reducing valve on Pine Road, the borough is now moving forward with the planned water tank repairs.

While the water tank is being repainted, water providers will switch. The borough has informed residents that they may see discoloration in their water during this time. If residents have this issue, they are advised to run an outside spigot for 10 minutes to clear the water. If needed, a boil water advisory may be announced.

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While staff and contractors are working, residents are being asked to keep their distance and instead direct their comments, questions or concerns to the Department of Public Works by calling (973) 403-6052. 

If the issue related to the work being done is of an emergent nature only, call (973) 226-8700.

All Roseland residents have been asked to go to odd and even days for watering lawns for the next six weeks.