City Officials: Maintenance to Gurley Avenue Water Storage Tank Complete
Tank to be put back into service beginning Friday morning
Limited number of customers may experience temporary changes in water pressure, discolored water
TROY, NY – City officials today announced the Gurley Avenue water storage tank will be put back into service this morning, Friday, July 5th. Department of Public Utilities will be flushing the service system throughout the morning and afternoon.
As a result, customers may experience discolored water and varying water pressures throughout the morning and early afternoon. The affected zone includes the area between Gurley Avenue and Route 142 (Grange Road), Brunswick Meadows, Fane Court, and adjacent side streets.
The 800,000 gallon tank was taken out of service for routine maintenance to prevent deterioration and strengthen the city’s water infrastructure system.
Any questions can be relayed by email to [email protected] or (518) 237-0193 during normal hours of operation, Monday through Friday.
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John Salka, Deputy Director of Public Information
[email protected] / (518) 279-7131