ANNOUNCEMENT: DOWASCO to scheduled service interruption in Wesley, Woodfordhill and Marigot


DOWASCO informs customers from Wesley, Woodfordhill and Marigot that their water supply will be interrupted on Wednesday December 16, 2020 between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm for the purpose of system maintenance.

DOWASCO regrets any inconvenience that may be caused and thanks customers and the general public for their understanding

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1 Comment

  1. December 15, 2020

    Dawasco when will you come up with an idea or in today’s date a technology to
    continuously maintain your water system (supply) without inconveniencing customers for this length of time. In the event of a fire in all three villages what are you going to do? You know. You will turn the water back on when all 3 homes have been destroyed. Its too long now and very very often that you are interrupting water supply for so called system maintenance that makes no change(s) in the status of the water supply. It is customary to hear you and others make reference to USA but I will tell you that there are people who have live in the USA for many many years and have never experienced a water interruption during huge snow storms, rainy days, periods of drought or even a water main break.

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