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PLANNED WATER INTERRUPTION FOR SEA COW LAKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS IN THE NORTH OF DURBAN

Please note that the below announcement doesn’t affect RHV but we posting it a public announcement to anyone working in RHV but living in those areas.

EThekwini Municipality would like to inform residents of the Sea Cow Lake/ Springfield Park – North of Durban and the surrounding areas about the planned water shut down that will affect some of the areas in this precinct.

This process will commence on Wednesday, 12 August 2020 at 18h00pm, until the early hours of Thursday, 13 August 2020 at 06h00am.

The Municipality’s Water and Sanitation will embark on this process to carry out strategic tie -ins of the new 500 mm steel pipeline along the new BRT route, which requires to be connected to the existing Sea Cow Lake/ Springfield Park reticulation outlet for the new GO! Durban Project. This development is necessary to ensure that the distribution of water from the reservoir is not interjected and that the system is balanced.

Residents are advised that suburbs and zones supplied from the Sea Cow Lake/ Springfield Park reservoir will not have a water supply during the period of the shut. These areas include:

• Inanda Road – Springfield Park

• Peters Road – Springfield Park

• Hippo Road

• Section of Parlock Area

• Barvale Road

• Carden Road

• Springfield Park-North of Umgeni River

• Springfield Park-South of Umgeni River

• Johanna Road

• Sea Cow Lake Road

• Part of North Coast Road

• Roadhouse Crescent

• Part of Riverside Road

• Dahlia Road

• Foxglove Place

• Ribes Place

• Lotus Road

• Alpine Road

• Redfern Road

• Umgeni Road

• Carinthia Road

• Garforth Road

The Municipality apologises for any inconvenience caused during this period, and requests residents to ensure that all taps are closed properly to guard against wastage when the water has been restored.

ENDS

Issued by the eThekwini Municipality’s Communications Unit. For media enquiries contact Municipality’s Spokesperson Msawakhe Mayisela on 060 966 4220

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