Water lock-off in St Catherine, Corporate Area

Tuesday, October 30, 2012 | 4:48 PM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The National Water Commission (NWC) is advising customers that there is a broken main on the Tulloch Springs, Bybrook and Eastern Headworks water supply systems, which is currently affecting service to sections of St Catherine and the Corporate Area. 

The company has reported that these systems have been locked down to facilitate the necessary repair works.  Areas affected by this downtime in operation include:

  • Kent Village; 
  • Hamilton Gardens; 
  • Christian Gardens & Pen; 
  • Newland Road; 
  • Cumberland; 
  • Cedar Grove; 
  • Edgewater; 
  • Waterford; 
  • Gregory Park; 
  • Braeton; 
  • Braeton Relift; 
  • Independence City; 
  • Hellshire;
  • Eltham Acres; 
  • Eltham; 
  • Greendale; 
  • Keystone; 
  • St Jago Gardens; 
  • Patten Park; 
  • Richard Hall; 
  • Waterloo Gardens; 
  • Ensom Acres; 
  • Spanish Town Road and all roads leading off;
  • Molynes Road and all roads leading off; 
  • Washington Boulevard and all roads leading off; and 
  • sections of downtown Kingston





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