The Washington Times-Herald

Community

October 2, 2013

Hydrant flushing

Wednesday, Oct. 2 — Flush N.W. First Street and West Walnut to N.E. Fifth Street, out N.W. First to Apraw Road, Jersey Street to Viola Avenue, Hefron and Flora Street to N.E. Fifth Street then William, Pearl, Maple and George streets to N.E. Fifth and N.E. First, N.E. Second, N.E. Third, N.E. Fourth, N.E. Fifth and N.E. Sixth streets to Viola Avenue. This will also include Maple Street to N.W. Second, N.W. Second Street to Apraw Road, Apraw Road from N.W. Second and St. John’s Road out to St. John’s Cemetery. Also included is SR 57N from Pearl Street to Viola Avenue, Northside, Coronado and Lynwood drives. Flush Brett Cabel Road from SR 57N to N.E. 12th and N.E. 12th Street to Bedford Road, Winbrook, Wedeking, Knollwood Drive and Bedford Road from N.E. Sixth Street to N.E. 11th Street and Grand Avenue from N.E. 11th Street to N.E. 21st Street, Woodmere Drive and Walnut Street from N.E. Sixth Street to N.E. 14th Street. Also included is Memorial Avenue from N.E. 14th Street to N.E. 21st Street and N.E. 18th, N.E. 19th, N.E. 20th and N.E. 21st streets from Grand Avenue to Parkdale Drive.

Thursday, Oct. 3 — Flush N.W. First Street and West Walnut to Front Street, Hefron, Flora, Lincoln, Jefferson, Robinson, Biddinger, Meredith, Ogdon and Vance streets. This will also include Sunset Avenue, Greenwood from N.W. Sixth Street to N.W. 11th Street and Maxwell Avenue from Front Street to N.W. 16th Street, including Wykoff and Hemlock drives. Front Street and West Walnut to N.W. 21st Street. This will include McCormick Avenue, Downey Avenue, Vincennes Avenue, Maxwell Avenue, Longfellow, Old Vincennes Road to McCullough Road, North Street, Jackson Street to N.W. 21st Street, N.W. 16th Street Road and Greenwood Street. This will also affect Jackson Street to N.W. 21st Street, including West Washington.

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