Water restrictions get even tighter for Corporate Area

News post September 22, 2015

The NWC said communities served by the Hope and Mona Treatment plants will now be getting water two times a week, because of the persistent drought.

The National Water Commission (NWC) has announced further water restrictions for sections of the Corporate Area starting today.

In a release posted this afternoon, the NWC said communities served by the Hope and Mona Treatment plants will now be getting water two times a week, because of the persistent drought.

Some of them were previously getting water every two days.


Monday, September 21
Hope Pasture
Mountain View
Vineyard Town

Tuesday, September 22
Mona Heights, August Town
New Kingston/ East Kings House Road

Wednesday, September 23
Liguanea, Hope Roads
Marescaux Road
Trench Town

Thursday, September 24
Gordon Town
Mountain View
Vineyard Town

Friday, September 25
New Kingston
East Kings House Road

Saturday September 26
Hope Pasture
Marescaux Road
Trench Town
Franklin Town

Sunday, September 27
Mona Heights, August Town
From Mona
Mountain View
Vineyard Town



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