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The original item was published from 1/13/2021 3:53:35 PM to 3/31/2021 5:05:04 PM.
Posted on: January 13, 2021
[ARCHIVED] Notice to Residents/Businessess
Street Closure for Installation of New 8" Water Mainline beginning Wednesday, January 13th
The Water Division will be installing a new 8" Water Mainline in the 10th Street alley between Hunter Street and Jackson Avenue.
The streets will be closed to through traffic from 7 am to 3pm during active construction.
What can I do to prevent cloudy or discolored water after the project is finished?
It is helpful to run water from your outside spigot for 10 - 15 minutes AFTER the water is turned back on. This may help to avoid cloudy or discolored water from entering your hot water heater or commodes.
Who Do I call if I have questions?
You can call Public Works Operations at (540) 942-6743 and ask for the Water Supervisor or Water Coordinator. You can also email [email protected]