|Maps||4/3/17 - 5/1/17|
Flushing has been Postponed due to extended well maintenance.
Flushing has started
We will be flushing today in the Ethan Allen Area progressing to Summer Street Area.
Finish on Summer Street; moving on to the Forest Glen neighborhood; includes Squirrel Hill, Olde Lantern, Grist Mill, Highland and Duggan
Smart Road, Townsend, Duggan, Macleod Lane, Willow, Heather Hill, Arlington Road, Kingman to Castle
Willow, Homestead, Arlington and Hayes; then towards Birch Ridge, Cherry Ridge and Juniper Ridge; Mass Ave and Mead Terrace
Central Street towards West Acton Center; Windsor, Kinsley, Fraser, Baxter and Spruce
Kinsley, Fraser, Baxter, Caitlan, Arlington, Spruce, Gates School, West Road, Houghton Lane, Central and Elm Streets
Continuing on Central Street; Elm, Half Moon Hill and Indian Village areas
Finishing in the Indian Village area (Algonquin, Oneida, Seneca, Huron, Mohegan and Cherokee); Alington, Perkins Lane and Freedom Farme
Flushing started Tuesday, April 11, 2017.
The Acton Water District began its spring water main flushing program on Tuesday, April 11, 2017. We will be flushing water mains southwest of Route 2 and west of Route 27/Main St (West Acton). Discolored water and periods of low pressure may be experienced on, or in the general vicinity of, any of the streets being flushed. Road signs will be placed in the vicinity of areas being flushed prior to initiating flushing.
Flushing will occur between the hours of 8 AM and 8 PM Monday - Thursday. No flushing will occur on Monday April 17th, due to the Patriots’ Day holiday. Since at any time during this period customers may experience discolored water, it is advisable to draw and store some drinking water prior to flushing. Any customers experiencing discolored water should not launder light-colored clothing, or run their dishwashers, as the Iron in the water may cause staining.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. This process is necessary for periodic maintenance of water quality and to clean mineral sediment from the pipes.
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