Update: Water outage in Columbia Park expanded

Several neighbourhoods in Columbia Park will be without water on Friday as the city works to repair a broken water line.

The City of Revelstoke has expanded the list of streets in Columbia Park that will be without water on Friday as the city works to repair a broken water line.

The City of Revelstoke utilities department issued a news release advising that the water would be shut off to a section of Columbia Park on April 25 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Residents are being advised to fill a container with water before 9 a.m. in order to have water during the day.

The streets that will be affected are:

— Glacier Heights trailer park

— Bernard Nelson Crescent

— Pearkes Drive from Laforme to Colbeck

— Pearkes Drive to Colbeck Road

— Cleland Road from Basford to Pearkes

— Burke Drive

— Fairway Road

— Maddocks Road

— Peterson Drive

— Columbia Park Drive

Once water is restored, residents should run their taps to clear the pipes of any dirty water.

Contact the public works department at 250-837-2001 for more information.

 

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