NWC To Shutdown Forest Hills Deep Well Facility For Maintenance

The National Water Commission is advising that it will be necessary to shut down the Forest Hills Deep Well facility in St Andrew on Thursday, August 22, 2019 in order to facilitate maintenance works at the facility.

This will also necessitate the shutdown of the series of interlinked Relift stations that are dependent on the Forest Hills facility.

These works are scheduled to be carried out between the hours of 8am and 8pm and will result in water supply disruptions to the following communities: –

Areas to be affected: – Sections of Lower Red Hills Road and all roads leading off, Rock Pond, Red Hills, Brentwood, Leas Flat, Belvedere, Mosquito Valley, Sterling Castle, Forest Hills, Perkins Boulevard, Meadowbrook Estate, Sections of Patrick City, Sectiosn of Duhaney Park, Coopers Hill, Castle James, Padmore, Swain Spring, Maverly Mountain, Burnt Side, Burnt Side Valley, Brentwood, Sterling Castle Heights, East Kirkland Heights, Red Hills Square and Belvedere

Customers are being urged to store water for use during the period of disruption.

The NWC wishes to apologise to its valued customers for any inconvenience that these works may cause and seeks to assure them that every effort will be made to restore regular water supply in the shortest possible time.

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