Water shutdown in northern Fallbrook neighborhoods

 

Last updated 11/20/2021 at 12:16pm

Village News/Chuck Reeder photo

Fallbrook Public Utility crews are working to replace an old underground water feed that failed Friday night. They are replacing a junction where a 12-inch water pipe and 2 8 inch water pipes come together under the street.

Fallbrook Public Utility District has shut down several neighborhoods that are without water, including Hillcrest Lane, Knollpark Lane, Santa Margarita Road, and North Stage Coach Lane. The water is shut down due to broken underground water pipes. According to FPUD, not all areas are without water. Some homes may experience low water pressure. According to FPUD, there is no timetable as to when homes will have water again.

The crews are replacing a deteriorated underground water feed that failed Friday night sending water into the streets.

The pipes they are replacing are where a 12-inch water pipe and 2 other 8-inch water pipes come together under the street.


Village News/Chuck Reeder photo

Fallbrook Public Utility crews are working to replace an old junction where a 12-inch water pipe and 2 8 inch water pipes come together under the street.

 

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