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Water Outage - Schwager Cres. Door hangers delivered with info.

November 5, 2017 - 4:18pm #Water Outages & Updates

Time of water shut off:

November 5, 2017 - 4:30pm

Estimated time of water restore:

Under normal circumstances, the repair is scheduled for the following day, with water back on within 24-48 hours.

Alternate water supply:

An emergency water supply trailer will be delivered within 8 hours of outage. Affected residents are invited to use the shower facilities at the nearest City leisure centre. Please show proof of address with a drivers license or utility bill for access.

Repair schedule:

Repairs are normally scheduled for the following day, with water restored within 48 hours.

Drinking water advisory:

Affected addresses should review their yellow drinking water advisory door hanger. After repair, water should be boiled before consuming until green water advisory lifted door hanger arrives.

More information for affected homes or businesses:

Thank you for your patience as we work as quickly as possible to restore your water service. Visit saskatoon.ca for more information about water outages.

Water Restored - #100 block of Saskatchewan Cres W. drinking water advisory in effect.

November 5, 2017 - 3:59pm #Water Outages & Updates

Time of water shut off:

November 4, 2017 - 9:10am

Time water was restored:

November 5, 2017 - 4:00pm

Water Outage - 1100 Ewart Ave. Door hangers delivered with info.

November 5, 2017 - 3:47pm #Water Outages & Updates

Time of water shut off:

November 5, 2017 - 3:40pm

Estimated time of water restore:

Under normal circumstances, the repair is scheduled for the following day, with water back on within 24-48 hours.

Alternate water supply:

An emergency water supply trailer will be delivered within 8 hours of outage. Affected residents are invited to use the shower facilities at the nearest City leisure centre. Please show proof of address with a drivers license or utility bill for access.

Repair schedule:

Repairs are normally scheduled for the following day, with water restored within 48 hours.

Drinking water advisory:

Affected addresses should review their yellow drinking water advisory door hanger. After repair, water should be boiled before consuming until green water advisory lifted door hanger arrives.

More information for affected homes or businesses:

Thank you for your patience as we work as quickly as possible to restore your water service. Visit saskatoon.ca for more information about water outages.

Water Outage - 2300 Blk Cumberland Ave S. Drinking water advisory in effect.

November 5, 2017 - 2:28pm #Water Outages & Updates

Time of water shut off:

November 5, 2017 - 2:20pm

Estimated time of water restore:

Under normal circumstances, the repair is scheduled for the following day, with water back on within 24-48 hours.

Alternate water supply:

An emergency water supply trailer will be delivered within 8 hours of outage. Affected residents are invited to use the shower facilities at the nearest City leisure centre. Please show proof of address with a drivers license or utility bill for access.

Repair schedule:

Repairs are normally scheduled for the following day, with water restored within 48 hours.

Drinking water advisory:

Affected addresses should review their yellow drinking water advisory door hanger. After repair, water should be boiled before consuming until green water advisory lifted door hanger arrives.

More information for affected homes or businesses:

Thank you for your patience as we work as quickly as possible to restore your water service. Visit saskatoon.ca for more information about water outages.

SNOW AND ICE UPDATE- November 5th, 2:00pm

November 5, 2017 - 2:02pm #Snow & Ice

Saskatoon recently experienced:

Moderate Snowfall

Crews are:

Applying de-icing materials on priority 1 streets (freeway, access to emergency services and hospitals and major roadways)

Applying de-icing materials on priority 2 streets (busy roadways such as Broadway Avenue or Fairlight Drive)

Applying de-icing materials on priority 3 streets (Main streets and schools, remainder of arterials and collectors)

Plowing and grading priority streets

Grading high-traffic sidewalks and pathways

Messages for the public:

Crews work throughout the winter season, 24/7, to apply de-icing materials along priority streets and at trouble intersections. Plowing or grading occurs as required.

Snow plows and graders are slow moving. We ask that drivers to please pass equipment slowly and safely.

The City has employed the use of contractors to help address problem areas.

Follow our progress during a snow event by using our online map and learn more about the Snow & Ice Program at saskatoon.ca

Next update:

6:30 a.m.

More information:

https://saskatoon.ca/snow

SNOW AND ICE UPDATE- November 5th, 6:30am

November 5, 2017 - 6:40am #Snow & Ice

Saskatoon recently experienced:

Moderate Snowfall

Crews are:

Applying de-icing materials on priority 1 streets (freeway, access to emergency services and hospitals and major roadways)

Applying de-icing materials on priority 2 streets (busy roadways such as Broadway Avenue or Fairlight Drive)

Applying de-icing materials on priority 3 streets (Main streets and schools, remainder of arterials and collectors)

Plowing and grading priority streets

Grading high-traffic sidewalks and pathways

Messages for the public:

Crews work throughout the winter season, 24/7, to apply de-icing materials along priority streets and at trouble intersections. Plowing or grading occurs as required.

Snow plows and graders are slow moving. We ask that drivers to please pass equipment slowly and safely.

The City has employed the use of contractors to help address problem areas.

Follow our progress during a snow event by using our online map and learn more about the Snow & Ice Program at saskatoon.ca

Next update:

2:00 p.m

More information:

https://saskatoon.ca/snow

SNOW AND ICE UPDATE- November 4th, 2:35pm

November 4, 2017 - 2:42pm #Snow & Ice

Saskatoon recently experienced:

Moderate Snowfall

Crews are:

Applying de-icing materials on priority 1 streets (freeway, access to emergency services and hospitals and major roadways)

Applying de-icing materials on priority 2 streets (busy roadways such as Broadway Avenue or Fairlight Drive)

Applying de-icing materials on priority 3 streets (Main streets and schools, remainder of arterials and collectors)

Plowing and grading priority streets

Grading high-traffic sidewalks and pathways

Messages for the public:

Crews work throughout the winter season, 24/7, to apply de-icing materials along priority streets and at trouble intersections. Plowing or grading occurs as required.

Snow plows and graders are slow moving. We ask that drivers to please pass equipment slowly and safely.

The City has employed the use of contractors to help address problem areas.

Follow our progress during a snow event by using our online map and learn more about the Snow & Ice Program at saskatoon.ca

Next update:

6:30 a.m.

More information:

https://saskatoon.ca/snow

Water Outage - 100 Saskatchewan Cres W. Door hangers delivered with info.

November 4, 2017 - 9:13am #Water Outages & Updates

Time of water shut off:

November 4, 2017 - 9:10am

Estimated time of water restore:

Under normal circumstances, the repair is scheduled for the following day, with water back on within 24-48 hours.

Alternate water supply:

An emergency water supply trailer will be delivered within 8 hours of outage. Affected residents are invited to use the shower facilities at the nearest City leisure centre. Please show proof of address with a drivers license or utility bill for access.

Repair schedule:

Repairs are normally scheduled for the following day, with water restored within 48 hours.

Drinking water advisory:

Affected addresses should review their yellow drinking water advisory door hanger. After repair, water should be boiled before consuming until green water advisory lifted door hanger arrives.

More information for affected homes or businesses:

Thank you for your patience as we work as quickly as possible to restore your water service. Visit saskatoon.ca for more information about water outages.

SNOW AND ICE UPDATE- November 4th, 6:00am

November 4, 2017 - 5:56am #Snow & Ice

Saskatoon recently experienced:

Moderate Snowfall

Crews are:

Applying de-icing materials on priority 1 streets (freeway, access to emergency services and hospitals and major roadways)

Applying de-icing materials on priority 2 streets (busy roadways such as Broadway Avenue or Fairlight Drive)

Applying de-icing materials on priority 3 streets (Main streets and schools, remainder of arterials and collectors)

Plowing and grading priority streets

Grading high-traffic sidewalks and pathways

Messages for the public:

Crews work throughout the winter season, 24/7, to apply de-icing materials along priority streets and at trouble intersections. Plowing or grading occurs as required.

Snow plows and graders are slow moving. We ask that drivers to please pass equipment slowly and safely.

The City has employed the use of contractors to help address problem areas.

Follow our progress during a snow event by using our online map and learn more about the Snow & Ice Program at saskatoon.ca

Next update:

2:00 p.m

More information:

https://saskatoon.ca/snow

SNOW AND ICE UPDATE- November 3rd, 2:30pm

November 3, 2017 - 2:31pm #Snow & Ice

Saskatoon recently experienced:

Minor Snowfall

Crews are:

Applying de-icing materials on priority 1 streets (freeway, access to emergency services and hospitals and major roadways)

Applying de-icing materials on priority 2 streets (busy roadways such as Broadway Avenue or Fairlight Drive)

Applying de-icing materials on priority 3 streets (Main streets and schools, remainder of arterials and collectors)

Messages for the public:

Crews work throughout the winter season, 24/7, to apply de-icing materials along priority streets and at trouble intersections. Plowing or grading occurs as required.

Snow plows and graders are slow moving. We ask that drivers to please pass equipment slowly and safely.

Next update:

6:30 a.m.

More information:

https://saskatoon.ca/snow