BWA Experiencing Low Levels at its Lodge Hill, Warleigh & Apes Hill Reservoirs
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
The Barbados Water Authority is advising customers in several St. Michael, St. James, St. Thomas, St. Peter and St. Lucy districts that it has this evening Wednesday been impacted by low reservoir levels at its Lodge Hill, Warleigh & Apes Hill Stations. The low levels have forced the Authority to stop or reduce pumping from these three (3) facilities.
Customers in the following areas may experience low pressure or water outages:
In St. Michael – Lodge Hill, Hinds Hill, Clermont, Warrens, Warrens Heights, Warrens Terrace, Warrens Park and surrounding areas.
In St. James – Husbands, Clearview Heights, Meadowvale Heights, Crystal Heights, Hoytes Village, Prior Park, Holders Hill, Apes Hill Development, Buccaneer’s Terrace, Baywoods, St. Silas Development, Waterhall Terrace, Orange Hill, Endeavour #1 and #2, Bakers Upper Bakers, Rock Dundo, Sion Hill, Westmoreland, Lancaster and surrounding areas.
In St. Thomas – Bagatelle Park, Bagatelle Gardens, Bagatelle Terrace, Arthur Seat, Welches Heights, Kew Land, Redmans Village, Mose Bottom, Hillaby, Welchman Hall, White Hill, Gregg Farm and surrounding areas.
In St. Peter – The Rock, Mile and a Quarter, Mount Brevitor, Maynards, Rose Hill and surrounding areas.
In St. Lucy – Alleynedale Village. Benthams, Pickering and surrounding areas.
This is a direct result of the prolonged period that these sections of the distribution network would have been without water over the past few days. The Authority is therefore asking its valued customers to be patient and allow these reservoirs to recover. If you have water, please be conservative in your use.
The Barbados Water Authority sincerely apologizes for the inconvenience these outages may cause and will seek to service the affected customers by water tanker in the interim. There may be delays in this service, however, due to the number of affected districts.
Wednesday, January 16, 2019