• 01 Mar 2021
    UPDATE Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory- Effective 9AM, March 2nd-502-526 Klassen Crescent, 5th Street North and Baycroft Place only

    UPDATE 4:00PM MARCH 5th Properties on Klassen Crescent, 5th Street North, and Baycroft Place that are affected by the Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory will be notified directly either in person or by a notice when the PDWA has been lifted. At this moment, the PDWA is still in effect pending clean water testing. We understand the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

    A Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) will be in effect for areas of Klassen Crescent, 5th Street North, and Baycroft Place due to a necessary repair of a water line valve.  Due to this repair, a PDWA will be in effect on March 2nd, starting 9AM.  The PDWA is in effect until the repairs are complete and consecutive 'clean' tests are received on the water.  The repairs are expected to be completed on March 2nd.  The PDWA advisory remains in effect until effected households are advised of the PDWA being lifted.  

    Effected properties include:
    -502-526 Klassen Crescent
    -5th Street North
    -Baycroft Place

    We understand the inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation.

    See more about the PDWA in the links below:

    Information to Mayor and Council
    More Information about the PDWA

    What does a PDWA mean to you?

    "consumers must be notified to:
    (a) boil all water, used for drinking purposes, for at least one (1) minute, at a rolling boil, prior to use;
    (b) boil water to be used for other activities where it may be ingested, including:
    (i) brushing teeth or soaking false teeth;
    (ii) washing fruits and vegetables;
    (iii) food or drink which will not be subsequently heated; and
    (iv) ice cubes;
    (c) not use the water for washing dishes, unless the water has been boiled or the dishes are sanitized in another fashion. Washed dishes and utensils can be soaked in a bleach water solution (approximately 2 tablespoons of bleach per gallon or 10 ml of bleach per liter of water) for at least two minutes after being washed to kill any bacteria which may be present.
    Note: Do not mix bleach with soaps or detergents.
    (d) not drink from any public drinking fountains supplied with water from the public water supply;
    (e) ensure that younger children and infants are sponge bathed;
    (f) use an alternative water source known to be safe, if they do not wish to boil the water; and
    (g) consult with your physician if you have cuts or rashes that are severe before using the water.
    Under most circumstances, there is no need to boil water used for other household purposes. Adults, adolescents and older children may shower, bathe or wash using tap water but should avoid swallowing the water. Laundry may be washed in tap water, either by hand or by machine."

     

    Back

Contact us

Have a question