Water will be shut down to customers in the northwest corner of downtown Zanesville on Wednesday, November 4th.
The Zanesville Water Department will be shutting down water Wednesday evening in a portion of the downtown area. We were told that surrounding areas may experience low water pressure or discolored water during this process. Monday we spoke to the Water Superintendent for the Department of Public Service; Paul Mills and he told us why this operation is happening.
City of Zanesville Water Crews work to repair a water main break Wednesday morning...
The break happened on Elm Street in east Zanesville. Residents living on Hamline Avenue, Greenwood Avenue, and Wheeling Avenue will be without service, until the problem is fixed. Residents living on side streets in the area may also be affected. Crews hope to have the repairs complete by noon.
A roadway in Zanesville will remain closed after a water main break Thursday morning.
Water crews said Pine Street between Merrick Avenue and Grove Street looked like a lake when they arrived on the scene around 2 a.m. a 12-inch section of a water main broke.
"We haven't had too much problem this winter with some of our bigger ones. It's been some of the 4,6,2 inch lines that have been breaking, but this is probably our biggest in a while," said John Smith City of...
The City of Zanesville Water Department is currently working to repair ten-inch water main that broke Wednesday morning at Hall Avenue and Malinda Street.
The break to a 10 inch line took place sometime between 6:00-6:30 and has closed Hall Avenue from Underwood to Gattrell Street. Water Department Superintendent Paul Mills said that the break should take two-three hours to repair.
"I'm glad it's the 10 inch instead of the 20 inch valve," said Mills. "A couple...