In July, News 4 first told you about Daleville losing one of its three wells which has put a strain on its water supply.
Now officials say that well should be back online in a few days.
The well had reached levels too low for the system to pump.
A new well has been installed that reaches 10 feet deeper, giving the city a few more years before the well is completely dry.
"This well was drilled in 1961 and it's dropped 87 feet since 1961. That's almost a two feet a year that the water table is dropping. I'll say again, this is the reason we need a water reservoir. All the cities and counties need this water reservoir," says Daleville Mayor, Wess Etheredge.
The city will remain on the odd-even watering schedule.
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