Water Ban

TO: All Customers of Highway 14 Regional Water Services Commission

IMPORTANT NOTICE

As of June 20, 2018 The Highway 14 Regional Water Services Commission entered into a Water Demand Management Condition B.

This means there is a Ban on non-essential potable water use for all customers of the Highway 14 Water Commission. This ban is expected to last until June 25 or longer, weather permitting.

Demand Measure B

Reservoirs are forecasted to be below 50% capacity within the next 5 days.

Conservation Measures

Municipalities: Discontinue hydrant flushing, sewer flushing, park watering, fire-fighting training, and other non-essential use.

Customers: Limit lawn and garden watering, voluntary conservation requested.

Truck Fills: Request voluntary conservation of water. Shut filling bays as required.

Thanks,

Brent Clark_HWY 14 water

 

 

 

Construction Notice

The Village of Ryley and Highway 14 Water Com-mission will be replacing water and sewer infrastructure along 51 avenue at approximately 51 street in Ryley.

During this time, portions of 51 avenue and 51 street will be closed to provide access for work crews and material.

Motorists are asked to use alternate routes or available detours, beginning approximately May 30, 2018. The work may last for up to two weeks.

Pedestrians are asked not to enter the construction area for safety reasons during the scheduled work period.

We thank you for your assistance in this matter.

– Village of Ryley