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Low Water Pressure Alert For Snohomish Residents
February 14, 2018
WA.) – The Snohomish Public Works Department is advising
water customers that the city of Everett will take one of its
transmission lines out of service for two days to install a bypass to
a critical valve on the water transmission line.
work requires transmission line 5 (TL5) to be out of service from
early morning, Wednesday, Feb. 28, until early morning March 2. Some
connections will experience loss of water service, and others may
have limited service for up to two days.
City of Everett
residents will not be affected.
City of Snohomish
customers may see fluctuations in their water pressure during
Customers east of
Bickford Avenue in Snohomish to the Hand Road area north and east of
Monroe will experience disruption to their water service.
will receive several notifications prior to the shutdown.
a.m., Wednesday, Feb. 28 - City crews will
turn off service connections and close isolation valves located east
and west of the Three Lakes Valve. They will then drain that section of
a.m., Wednesday, Feb. 28 - Approximate time
the transmission line will be turned over to the contractor, who has 36
hours to perform the work.
p.m., Thursday, March 1 - After the
contractor’s work is done and the work area is disinfected, city crews
will flush, fill and pressurize the pipeline, which will take several
evening, Thursday, March 1 - Service connections
turned back on and water service restored.
morning, Friday, March 2 - Shutdown concluded.
information regarding the shutdown can be found by visiting the City
of Everett's website.
you find you have no
Distribution Lead, Joe Palmer at 425-328-0068 or Water
Quality Control Specialist, Ann Ray at 425-328-0059.