September 18, 2013 - 8:26 AM
COLDSTREAM: Residents in the Coldstream can expect their water to be shut off for up to 24 hours next week as the district performs system maintenance.
A water quality advisory has also been issued for surrounding areas during this period. The advisory is as follows:
A water interruption for some Greater Vernon Water (GVW) customers in the District of Coldstream will take place Tuesday, Sept. 24th starting at 8 a.m. for up to 24 hours. This work will affect the customers on:
Cosen’s Bay Road
Priest Valley Drive (streets off)
Upper Summit Drive/ Palfrey Drive East and West area
Please take the necessary measures to ensure that you have enough water for your household needs during this time. Fill water jugs the day before, and ensure there is enough drinking water for yourself, your family, and your animals. Fill buckets for use in the bathroom and kitchen. Customers in the above noted locations should turn off their main water shut off valve and disconnect outdoor hoses until the water is restored. Customers in affected areas will receive hand delivered letters informing them of this disruption. For instructions on turning off water valves and for more information, visit www.rdno.ca or call 250-550-3700.
A water quality advisory for some GVW customers in the District of Coldstream will take place on Tuesday, September 24th starting at 8:00 a.m. for up to 24 hours. The following customers will have water service, but will be on a Precautionary Water Quality Advisory and all outdoor water use is prohibited during this time. This work will affect customers in the following areas:
All properties south of the railway tracks from Kal beach to Kalamalka Rd and Hwy 6 junction at Coldstream Ranch
Properties north of the railway track on Aberdeen Road to Rendell Drive Shamanski Drive, Paisley Drive (Streets off)
9848 Aberdeen Road Coldstream, BC V1B 2K9
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