Monday 25 January 2010

Water Up date

Areas and times where severe restrictions are in place.

7pm Sun 24/01/2010 to 7am Mon 25/01/2010

Longmile Rd to Kimmage including Crumlin & Drimnagh Areas and there surrounds

From Baggot St Bridge to Irishtown southwards to Ballsbridge

From Morehampton/Stillorgan Road to the Coast including Ballsbridge, Sandymont and the Merrion Road Areas and there surrounds.

From Rialto Bridge to Charlemont Bridge along the North side of South Circular Road to Kevin St.

The area extending from Collins Barracks along the north quays to Capel St northwards to North King St and surrounding areas.

Finglas, Poppintree, Oakwood & Jamestown Road area’s and there surrounds.

Current areas experiencing difficulties (investigations by water staff ongoing)

Killester – Middlethird/Abbeyfield

Harolds Cross – Larkfield ave

Kenilworth Square

Dundaniel towards Castltimon Road

High parts of Ballyshannon Road

Swifts Grove

Tanker locations

(Most Area’s of the city have water supply restored for periods during the day and as a precaution tankers will continue to be available in the following area’s)

Crumlin area: Slievebloom Park/Errigal Rd/ Rafters Rd/Clogher Rd

Baggot street area: Waterloo rd/ Mespil Rd/Anglesea Rd/Pembroke Rd/Merrion Rd North/Gilford Rd/Irishtown areas

Coolock: Cromcastle Court

Clonshaugh: Swifts Grove

Killester: Middle Third at “The Ramblers Pub”

Harolds Cross: Kenilworth Square

Harolds Cross: Larkfield Ave

Tenders will be available to provide water to hospitals, nursing homes and schools. Other mobile tankers will be on roaming duties in areas without water.

Pleases call 222 0600 to arrange for a tanker to call to the elderly or those most at need. ( They will be available depending on demand ).

Both mobile & stationary tankers will need to be replenished and therefore may need to leave the area for a short time, your co-operation and patience is greatly appreciated

Although many people have water back to their taps, the situation is still critical. The Water Division would ask people to exercise restraint and conserve their use of water at this time.

We would like to thank people for their patience and cooperation and we would ask that people report locations where they see water running/rising to the contacts given below.

It has come to our attention that bogus callers may be utilising the current water problems to gain access to houses. If a member of Dublin City Council calls to a property they will always carry and produce identification. If the caller asks you to check the flow of water at the taps, close the door fully while you do so. If you are in any doubt do not allow access.

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