LOW OR NO WATER FOR 26 HOURS: BWA apologises for inconveniences to their customers

The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) is telling Barbadians how Ionics Freshwater Ltd., which augments the St Stephen’s Reservoir, will shut down for annual maintenance on Sunday 5th November at 8 p.m. until Monday 6th November at 10 p.m.

Essential services and the vulnerable will be given priority over the next 26 hours as thousands of Barbadians face water outages and low pressure.

The shutdown will result in low water pressure and outages across several districts in three parishes and may include:

St Thomas:

Arthur Seat, Welches Heights, Bagatelle Park, Bagatelle Gardens, Bagatelle Terrace, Hoytes Village, Holder’s Hill, Melrose, Redmans Village, Edge Hill, Welches Terrace, Padmore Village and the surrounding districts in St Thomas.

St James:

West Terrace, Oxnards, Husbands, Ricks Land, Haynesville, Durants Village, Holders Hill, Prior Park, Bennetts, Arch Hall, Sea View, Halycon Heights, Sunset Ridge, Paynes Bay, Sandy Lane, Sunset Crest, Jamestown Park, Trents, Porters, Prospect, Fitts Village, Derricks and the surrounding districts in St James.

St Michael:

Cane Garden, Jackson, Lodge Hill, Hinds Hill, Clermont, Wanstead, Warrens, Clerview, Crystal Heights, White Hall, Lodge Hill, St Stephens Hill, Bridge Gap, Black Rock, Deacons Farm, Goodland, Westbury Road, Eagle Hall, Bank Hall, Station Hill, Barbarees Hill, Passage Road, New Orleans, White Park Road, Country Road, Hindsbury Road, Roebuck Street, Carrington Village, Halls Road, Belleville, Culloden Road, City of Bridgetown and the surrounding districts in St Michael.

Customers in these areas are asked to store an adequate supply of water for the duration of the shutdown.

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