During the week of October 1 - 5, the City of Lebanon will be flushing water mains (weather permitting) through hydrants in the following locations: Poverty Lane, Miracle Mile, Nottingham Circle, Tuck Road Wellington Circle, Bomhower St., Commerce Ave., Meadowbrook Village, Pasture Lane, Highland Ave., Dana St., Seminary Hill, Central Ave., Route 4 Mechanic St., Dulac St., Mascoma St., Myra Ave., Peabody St., Technology Dr., Mack Ave., Pleasant St., Central Ave., Maple St., Bridge St., Buckingham Place, Slayton Hill, Pine Tree Road, Rock Ridge, Avon Ave., Airpark Road, Airport Road, Tracy St., N. Main St., Estabrook Circle, Main St., and Atwood Ave.
Flushing will be done between the hours of 7:00 am and 3:00 pm.
When the City is “flushing” the water lines you may see a fire hydrant wide open allowing water to flow down the street. This process moves water through the pipelines at a fast-enough rate to clean the lines, clear stagnant water, and ensure the water the City delivers to your home is of the highest quality.
Residents and businesses in the general flushing area(s) should check their water before using. If the water is discolored or dirty, let the cold-water taps run for a few minutes and the water should clear up.
If anyone has concerns or questions regarding this work, please contact the Public Works Office at (603) 448-3112.
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