TROY, NY – Officials with the City’s Department of Public Utilities (DPU) announced a traffic advisory for installation of water service lines on 8th Street. Beginning 7:00 a.m., Thursday, August 26th, 8th Street between Middleburgh Street and Hoosick Street will be closed to vehicle traffic. Work is expected to continue through 3:30 p.m., Thursday.
Properties located on 8th Street between Middleburgh Street and Hoosick Street will experience loss of water service during the same time period. Properties located adjacent to the affected area may experience fluctuations in water pressure and/or discolored water. After water service is restored, customers who experience discolored water should run their cold water faucet for five to 10 minutes until water runs clear.
Residences and businesses will remain accessible during the closure, and local traffic will be permitted on 8th Street. Motorists are asked to observe all posted parking restrictions and detours, and to reduce speeds near the work zone. Local emergency services have been notified of traffic restrictions.
Department of Public Utilities staff thanks the public for their cooperation and patience while work is underway. For additional info or questions, please contact the DPU 24-hour number at (518) 237-0241.
For more information on local traffic advisories, please visit www.troyny.gov/traffic
John Salka, Communications Director
[email protected] / (518) 279-7131
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Incorporated in 1816, the City of Troy is the seat of Rensselaer County government and the county’s largest municipality by population. Situated on the eastern bank of the Hudson River, the City boasts seven miles of waterfront, a largely-preserved historic downtown, diverse neighborhoods, and several major colleges and universities. Troy’s history as the nation’s largest manufacturer of detachable cuffs and collars earned the City’s nickname “the Collar City.” A former steel & iron manufacturing powerhouse of the 19th and early 20th century, the City is now home to a growing hub of tech, game development, restaurants, and retail.
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