UPDATE: Scott Fire Department Announces Low Water Pressure

Scott Fire Department Announces Low Water Pressure

Posted: Oct 22, 2020 10:25 AM
Updated: Oct 22, 2020 10:44 AM

UPDATE: Construction workers accidently damaged a 12” waterline while performing work in the West Village Subdivision, causing low pressure throughout the City.

Contractors have isolated, resulting in normal water pressure throughout the City and currently making the necessary repairs.

Scott Fire Department response is back to normal

The city of Scott water pressure is currently extremely low. Water officials are looking into the cause of the issue. Till the cause is determined, Scott Fire Department will respond to all fires with additional units to assure the proper amount of water is on scene.

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