WATER SHUTDOWN NOTICE

Overnight shutdown to allow phase 2 of UV disinfection system at water treatment centre.

City of Castlegar

To All residents of the City of Castlegar

The City of Castlegar’s main water supply will be down from 7:00 pm (1900 hours) Thursday, March 7th, 2013 until 3:00 am (0300 hours)Friday, March 8th, 2013 to facilitate Phase 2 of the installation of a UV Disinfection System in the Water Treatment Centre.

We ask all citizens to limit water consumption to essential use only during this time. This will help insure that adequate water is available for fire fighting purposes. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

During and after this work, you may experience some loss of water pressure and discoloration. If discoloration persists after running the water tap for 15 minutes or more, call (250)365-5979 or(250)365-7227.

City of Castlegar Civic Works Department.

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