Low water pressure and outages affect three parishes

The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) continues to experience low levels at three of its facilities in St Michael and as a result, thousands of customers in the catchment areas may experience low pressure or water outages.

The BWA says this will affect customers in parts of St Michael, St James and St Thomas until reservoir levels improve.

People in the communities listed below are advised to store water and the authority will also send takers to the affected areas.

St Michael: Cave Hill, Lodge Hill, St Stephen’s, Cane Garden, Jackson, Jackson Terrace, Meadow Vale Heights, Warrens, Warrens Park South, Warrens Terrace, Welches Heights, Bank Hall, Barbarees Hill, Belleville, Black Rock, Bridgetown, Brighton, Carrington Village, Cats Castle, Country Road, Deacons Road, Emmerton, Goodland, Greenfield, Halls Road, Holders Land, Kings Village, New Orleans, Lower Collymore Rock, Lower Richmond Gap, Martindales Road, Nelson Street, Passage Road, Pile Bay, Westbury Road, White Park and surrounding areas.

 St James: Cave Hill Crescent, Durant’s Village, Halls Village, Oxnards, Haynesville, Husbands Development, Husbands Gardens, Husbands Heights, Oxnards, Ricks Land, Thorpes, Wanstead, West Terrace, Seaview, Hoytes Village, Clermont, Clearview Heights, Crystal Heights, Edgehill, Halcyon Heights, Husbands, Prior Park, Sunset Ridge and surrounding districts.

St Thomas: Redman’s Village, Melrose, Arthur Seat, Bagatelle Gardens, Bagatelle Park, Arch Hall and surrounding areas.   (PR/SAT)

 

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