Water disruptions ahead for Kingston and St Andrew
THE National Water Commission says that it will be carrying out operational works in the vicinity of Marcus Garvey Drive in Kingston tomorrow, between the hours of 7:00 am and 3:00 pm. This will result in low water pressure or no water conditions for customers along Marcus Garvey Drive for the duration of the works.
Meantime, the Constant Spring Treatment Plant will be shut down on Monday, June 6, 2011 between the hours of 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. This temporary closure is to facilitate works that will be carried out under the Jamaica Water Supply Improvement Project (JWSIP).
Areas that will be affected by this downtime in operation include:
Constant Spring Road, Norbrook, Cherry Gardens, Havendale, sections of Half-Way-Tree Road, Lady Musgrave, Manor Park, Shortwood, Graham Heights, Aylsham, Allerdyce, Acadia, White Hall Gardens, Belgrade, Kingswood, Riva Ridge, Eastwood Park Gardens, Hughenden, Stillwell Road, Barbican Road, Russell Heights Constant Spring Gardens, Camperdown, Mannings Hill Road, Red Hills Road, Arlene Gardens, Roehampton, Smokey Vale, Lower Jacks Hill Road, Chancery Hall Heights, Jacks Hill, Tavistock, Trench Town, Essex Hall and Calabar Mews.
Customers and commuters in the Stony Hill area of St Andrew will experience water supply disruptions and instances of lane restrictions during Monday and Friday, between the hours of 9:00 am and 6:00 pm as the water supply network improvement works continue under the JWSIP. Areas that will be affected include: Airy Castle Road, Seaview Road, Hepher Road, Mannings Hill Road, Tommy Hills, Boone Hall Road and Hillside Avenue.
The National Water Commission apologised for any inconvenience and encouraged affected customers to store water for use during the periods of service disruption.