Flushing And Inspection Exercise On Fire Hydrants

Dated: 04/13/2018

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On April, 12, 2018 The City of Weston Fire Department conducted a routine flushing and inspection exercise on fire hydrants. Due to this exercise residents may notice a yellow tinge to the water when they initially turn on the tap. The flushing exercise will be done to increase the quality (color and disinfecting residual) water in distribution system. Many homeowners may may not notice the difference in water pressure or colour. However, if you have a dishwasher running, it may pull some cloudy water into your home. Despite the changes in water colour, it is still safe to use. Additionally, running the tap for a few minutes will turn the water clear again. For additional information, please call the Weston Public Works Services Center at 954-385-2600

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