District of Lake Country

Update: Water restored in Lake Country after watermain break

Residents can expect a water shortage in Oyama today as crews fix a watermain

Update: 4 p.m.

Water has been restored to Oyama residents.

Original:

A watermain break Tuesday, April 2, has resulted in the water being shut off to some properties in the 14850-15026 block of Oyama Rd. until repairs can be completed.

Water supply, when resumed, may be discoloured due to deposits in pipes — it is not harmful as the water has been disinfected. Running the cold water tap in your tub for several minutes should eliminate both air and discoloured water problems.

For questions or concerns call 250-766-6677.

READ MORE: West Kelowna crews work to fix water main break

READ MORE: Lessons learned from emergency


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