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2021 Water Distribution System Flushing

Published: 10:23 AM | April 14, 2021
Updated: 1:28 PM | June 11, 2021

Halifax Water crews are resuming water distribution system flushing in the areas highlighted on the attached map, beginning at 10:00 PM on Sunday, June 13, and continuing each day from 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM. This flushing work will take approximately one week to complete. We will send updates as flushed activities are completed in each area.

As a result of this water distribution system maintenance, some customers in or near the flushing areas may experience temporarily discoloured water or low water pressure.

Jake Fulton, Communications Associate

Halifax Water Services - Update

Published: 3:31 PM | June 2, 2021

Halifax Water continues to provide critical water, wastewater and stormwater services while taking actions to protect the public, our employees and continue providing essential services to our customers.

Halifax Water’s Customer Care Centre payment desk, located at 450 Cowie Hill Road, Halifax, will open Thursday, June 3, 2021. Hours of operation will be Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM.

Walk-in payments, including inspection fees, tapping fees and outstanding regional development charges, will be accepted at this location. For the safety of customers and staff, persons entering the building are asked to wear a mask and apply hand sanitizer upon entry.

Halifax Water customers also have the following payment options:

Jake Fulton, Communications Associate

CN/HRM South Street Bridge Rehabilitation Project

Published: 3:36 PM | April 13, 2021

Starting in mid-April 2021, Canadian National Railway (CN) and Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) will begin a construction project to rehabilitate the existing South Street bridge in Halifax, near the Northwest Arm. As part of this work, stormwater and wastewater piping on the existing bridge will be temporarily relocated to an adjacent temporary steel bridge.

Once work on the existing CN bridge is complete, the wastewater and stormwater pipes will be relocated back to the CN bridge and buried under the new road structure. The temporary steel bridge will then be removed.

Jake Fulton, Communications Associate

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