Thursday 22 October, 2020

Water woes continue in the North under the drought conditions

Low water pressure still causing water woes for communities in the North.

The Barbados Water Authority is advising Barbadians that as the island continues to experience drought conditions, water levels at some of its reservoirs continue to read lower than normal.

Affected customers in parts of St Lucy and St Peter who are supplied by these systems will be experiencing lower than normal water pressure and or water outages. 

In St Lucy:

Durham’s, Jemmott’s, Chance Hill, Mount View, Glendalough Road, Josey Hill, Peterses, Rock Hall, Lamberts, Mount Gay, Oxford, Church Hill, Luke Hill, Alexandria, Cave Hill. Graveyard Rd, Air View Road and surrounding areas.

In St Peter:

Collins Tenantry, Date Tree Hill, The Baltic, The Risk, Boscobelle and surrounding areas.

The Barbados Water Authority also wishes to inform residents and businesses in parts of St. Michael who were affected by the emergency connection to the 10-inch main at Lodge Hill that the is back online and moving water into the Shop Hill Distribution System. Customers in the affected areas are asked to note that it will take some time for the water level to return to normal.

Water tankers will continue to service the affected areas.

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