Thursday, May 2
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.
Friday, May 3
Flush Sugarland Road from N.E. 21st Street to the airport. Also being flushed will be Morningside Drive, Terrace Park Drive, Bedford Road from N.E. 21st Street to end of line at Graber Construction. Also included are Parkdale, Wagner Avenue, Vista Lane and Brett Cabel Road from N.E. 12th Street to Sugarland Road. Also affected will be Douglas Drive and Sugarland Estates, Bean Drive, Todd Drive, Briarwood Drive, Crestwood Drive and SR 57N to end of line. Also included is Bedford Road from N.E. 21st Street to CR 100E, Glenwood Drive, Piankeshaw Drive, Ridge Road, Dogwood Drive, White Ridge Lane, Sunrise Drive, Wayside Drive, Park Road, U.S. 50E to Waller Drive. Also affected will be Industrial Drive, Commercial Drive and out to end of line at I-69.
Customers are reminded to check for discolored water before doing laundry when their area is being flushed.
Thursday, May 2
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