Pittsfield Water Main Breaks on East Street

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Update: The repairs were completed at about 3 p.m.

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Water Division of the Public Utilities Department is currently responding to a water main break at 1949 East St.  

A series of series of water valves in the vicinity of the break will be turned off to isolate the area so the water main may be repaired.  

It is anticipated that no one will be out of water.

However, this work may cause sporadic localized dirty water and/or lower water pressure in and around the immediate area of the work.

The following streets may be affected: Winesap, Imperial, Wealthy, Baldwin and Dutchess. 

Should dirty water be experienced, customers may wish to let the water run for a short period to clear prior to use. Contact the water office at 413-499-9339 if any problems persist.


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