July 2, 2012

JULY 3, 2012, 5:08 P.M. – The Public Works Department is continuing their detailed evaluation of the Pressurized Irrigation system lower zone. The following steps are being taken to identify the cause of the low pressure:

  1. Crews are systematically evaluating all of the valve clusters to rule out an unknown closure or constriction.
  2. Recent construction near one of the City’s main connection feed lines is being investigated for a possible line disruption.
  3. Mainline distribution lines at reservoir storage facilities are being back-flushed to rule out constrictions and obstructions.

The City’s staff has been working tirelessly to restore the needed pressure to the secondary water system to allow for proper operation. We will continue to do everything we can to identify the contributing factors and resolve them. We appreciate your patience and will continue to provide updates as more information becomes available.

July 2, 2012 – During the last few days some parts of the City have been experiencing low pressure in the pressurized irrigation system. The Public Works staff has been working to resolve the issue and will continue to evaluate and review all aspects of the system to remedy the concern. The areas that are being affected are in the “lower pressure zone,” which includes areas south of Cedar Hills Drive, west of Canyon Road, and the Forest Creek Subdivision, including portions of Pinion Drive.

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