Public Utilities Service Work Alert: Emerald Greens Repairs Scheduled for April 27

Public Utilities Service Work Alert: Emerald Greens Repairs Scheduled for April 27

TROY, NY (April 26, 2022) – The Public Utilities Service Work for Portions of Emerald Greens originally scheduled for Monday, April 25 has been rescheduled to Wednesday, April 27.

Officials with the City’s Department of Public Utilities have issued a service alert for scheduled water maintenance repairs for Emerald Greens from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, April 27th. During this time, DPU crews will be working with contractors to reroute water services around the Campbell Ave bridge replacement project to allow for the bridge construction. Once service is restored residents may observe discolored water and are advised to run the cold water tap until it clears up.

As a result of this work, water service will be interrupted for residents on:

  • Adare Rd
  • Ballina St
  • Colleen Rd
  • Donegal Ave
  • Dunleer Dr
  • Foxford Rd
  • Industrial Park Rd
  • Kerry Drive
  • Macsherry Ct
  • Patricia Drive
  • Sherman Ave from Donegal to Colleen Rd
  • Sterling from Gillette to Donegal; and
  • Thurles Ct.

For more info, or to determine if your property is affected by the water service disruption, please contact the Department of Public Utilities at (518) 237-0611.

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Christopher Nolin, Deputy Mayor
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