Water service disrupted in Coldstream

Some Coldstream residents are being given notice of an interruption in water service, while others will experience a water quality advisory.

Some Coldstream residents are being given notice of an interruption in water service, while others will experience a water quality advisory.

Crews will initiate system works Tuesday and the impacted area includes Binns Road, Cosens Bay Road, Grey Road, Grieve Drive, Marwood Place, Priest Valley Drive (streets off), Upper Summit Drive and the Palfrey Drive east and west area.

“Affected customers will have no water starting 8 a.m. Tuesday for up to 24 hours,” said Renee Clark,  Regional District of North Okanagan water quality manager.

A water quality advisory for some Coldstream customers will take place Tuesday at 8 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,” said Clark.

This work will affect customers in the following areas:

All properties south of the railway tracks from Kal Beach to Kalamalka Road and Highway 6 junction at Coldstream Ranch

Properties north of the railway track on Aberdeen Road to Rendell Drive Shamanski Drive, Paisley Drive (streets off)

Howe Drive north

“These measures are being implemented to maintain pressure for indoor domestic use and to maintain adequate fire protection,” said Clark.

Look for more in Friday’s Morning Star.

 

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