Showing posts with label water main break. Show all posts
Showing posts with label water main break. Show all posts

Friday, December 30, 2022

Water main break in Derwood


Rising temperatures after the Christmas weekend deep freeze have led to a water main break at this hour in Derwood. The break is right off Redland Road on Grande Vista Drive. WSSC estimates a restoration time of 4-6 hours for the affected customers in that area.

Tuesday, December 20, 2022

Water main break in Rockville


There is a water main break in the area of 500 N. Washington Street in Rockville. A City of Rockville Public Works crew is now on-site making repairs. The right southbound lane of N. Washington Street is currently closed. 401 and 500 N. Washington Street are currently without water service until the repair is completed.

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Water main break at New Mark Commons in Rockville


There is a water main break at 138 New Mark Esplanade, in the New Mark Commons community of Rockville. Thirty-five nearby homes will be impacted by water outages during the repairs, which the City of Rockville says are now getting underway. A city public works crew is now on-scene to excavate the water main.

Friday, January 25, 2019

Montgomery College-Rockville water main break closes several campus buildings

A water main break this morning at the Rockville campus of Montgomery College has shuttered several buildings, and forced the cancellation of some classes today. The Counseling and Advising (CB), Music (MU), South Campus Instruction Building (SCIB), Parilla Performing Arts Center (PAC), and Art (ART) buildings are closed. All classes and activities in those buildings are canceled today, the college has announced.

Parking Lot 11 is also closed, which should make parking even more difficult in other lots later this morning.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Water main break on Wooton Parkway

The fickle temperatures this week are getting the water mains riled up again. One broke in the 2100 block of Wooton Parkway yesterday, causing a temporary closure of one lane. Rockville's Department of Public Works says no customers were effected by the break. Light snow is forecast for Friday, so this may not be end of the water main issues for the winter, even as spring arrives.

Friday, October 24, 2014

WATTS BRANCH PARKWAY REOPENS IN ROCKVILLE

Watts Branch Parkway reopened yesterday, after the Rockville Public Works Department completed repairs of a broken water main. A portion of the road had been closed since October 15.

A 40-year-old pipe was the culprit, according to the department. During the work, Verizon and Washington Gas also made minor repairs to its systems affected by the water main break.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

WATTS BRANCH PARKWAY CLOSED BETWEEN HURLEY AVE. & INGLESIDE COURT FOR WATER MAIN BREAK IN ROCKVILLE

A water main break will keep Watts Branch Parkway closed between Hurley Avenue and Ingleside Court for up to several days. No customers are without water at this time, says the City of Rockville Public Works Department, which is currently repairing the break. Running cold water will help flush any discoloration of water away, they say. Should air become trapped in your pipes, they suggest slowly turning on all faucets in your home, starting on the highest floor and working downward.