Hayward Residents Asked to Let Their Water Run

Updated: 02/07/2014 11:20 AM
Created: 02/07/2014 11:03 AM

All City of Hayward Water Utility customers are being asked to let their water run until further notice to minimize the possibility of water services and sanitary sewers freezing up.

City officials say customers should turn on one faucet to let about 1/4 inch stream of water run. This is about the size of a pencil. Utility bills will be adjusted accordingly.

Authorities say even if the temperatures warm up, residents should not turn their water off. The City of Hayward will notify community members when to stop running the water.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact City of Hayward Water Utility office at 715-634-4612.

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