Water outages next week in Lower Town

Some residents in Revelstoke's Lower Town neighbourhood will experience water disruptions early next week. Here's some info on the July 25–27 "valve exercising program" from the City or Revelstoke:

Some residents in Revelstoke’s Lower Town neighbourhood will experience water disruptions early next week. Here’s some info on the July 25–27 “valve exercising program” from the City or Revelstoke:

The City of Revelstoke Utilities Department in preparation for the Lower Town road reconstruction will be conducting water valve testing in the Lower Town area of the City and this may affect all residents from King Street to Wilson Street and from Victoria Road to Front Street.

This testing will be taking place from Monday, July 25 – Wednesday, July 27. During this time you may experience water outages and dirty water. Water services will be restored by the end of each day and to clear your lines of dirty water please let your water run. If you have any questions in regards to the above testing taking place please call the City of Revelstoke Public Works Department at 250-837-2001.

The City of Revelstoke thanks you for your patience and understanding during this project.

 

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