SHUT DOWN IN PROGRESS- CITY OF PLYMOUTH 9/19/17

SHUT DOWN IN PROGRESS- CITY OF PLYMOUTH 9/19/17

Beginning at 5 am, there will be a treated water line shutdown in your area to facilitate the installation of a new water main. This shutdown may last for up to 24 hours.

The City has notified residents and businesses in the surrounding area that the water supply to your home/business may be interrupted during this work effort.

We ask that during this 24 hour period that you conserve your water use.

Once the shutdown is complete and the water supply is turned back on, the Division of Drinking Water requires the City to take water quality samples to ensure it is safe to drink. This testing takes place over two (2) consecutive days once the work is complete.

During that time you will be required to boil any water you plan on consuming (or use bottled water) until sample results come back and we notify you that the water is safe to drink.

Boil Order Notices were delivered door to door on 09/18/17 as a reminder to not drink the water until all water quality samples have been cleared.

We understand the burden this places on you and your family and we greatly appreciate your cooperation. It is our intention to get this work done quickly and efficiently. Ultimately this project will benefit the whole community.

Thank you for your cooperation. If you would like more information, or are affected during this work, please contact either Damon Wyckoff AWA 209-257-5284 or email dwyckoff@amadorwater.org or the City of Plymouth 209-245-6941 or email: info@cityofplymouth.org

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