Press release from the City of Flint: FLINT, Michigan– A short-lived water service interruption is planned for Tuesday and Wednesday (July 21-22, 2020) for a one block area of three streets in the College and Cultural Neighborhood as work crews continue making much needed repairs to the city facilities.
The water will be shut down for extra deal with the water line in the location as part of the East Court Street Rehabilitation Project. The affected location consists of:
– Maxine Street in between East Court Street and Calumet Street,
– Blanchard Avenue between East Court Street and Calumet Street, and
– East Court Street in between Maxine Street and Blanchard Avenue.
The water is anticipated to be shut down for the affected locations at approximately 10 a.m. both days and be off for around 4 hours both days. Perpetuity given are estimates the specific timing of the water service disturbance modification based on findings made by the team while performing work.
Employees will wait as long as possible to shut off water and will restore it as quickly as possible. They likewise are going door-to-door in the affected location to alert citizens of the water disruption.
We excuse any hassle.
Additional updates on the East Court Street Rehabilitation Project are available here. Homeowners likewise can register for email alerts regarding the task here.
Locals with questions or concerns about the water service interruption should contact the City of Flint Water Service Center at (810) 766-7202.
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