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EMERGENCY POWER OUTAGE

PLANNED POWER OUTAGES

Substation                   Date                       
Fort 1A                           7 October 2016 at 22:00
Fort 1B                           11 October 2016 at 22:00           
Fort 2A                           15 October 2016 at 22:00
Westfield                        24 October 2016 at 22:00
Moffat                            13 October 2016 at 22h00
 

Date of release: Monday, 26 September 2016

Daily water supply system status updates: Monday, 26 September 2016 (Afternoon) 

Water supply status update by exception (i.e. areas affected due to supply constraint and not service interruption from occasional pipe burst): supply across the City of Johannesburg is normal, with reservoir levels across the city in a satisfactory position.

Unplanned interruptions

Morningside

  • We are aware that there is no water in the area.
  • Team is currently investigating the matter.

Planned interruptions

Suburb: Theta Ext 7

Streets:  All streets

Start Date: 28 September 2016

Time:  08:00-18:00

Restoration: 18:00-20:00am

Reason: Tie in

Impact on customers: No water

Suburb: Protea Glen ext 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 26,27,28,29
Streets: 
 All streets
Start Date: 
02 October 2016
Time:  
17:00-00:00
Restoration: 
00:00-04:00am 
Reason: 
Randwater will be installing a new 300 mm flow meter. 
Impact on customers: 
No water

Two water tankers will be roaming around the areas.

Suburb: Bryanston Ext 8 
Streets: 
 Various streets
Start Date: 
04 October 2016
Time:  
07:00-17:00
Restoration: 
17:00-19:00
Reason:
 Tie- in  

Impact on customers: No water

Suburb: Sandown
Streets: 
 Rivonia Road, Fredman Drive, Maude Street, Gwen Street, Bute lane and Waet Road 
Start Date: 
04 October 2016
Time:  
07:00-17:00
Restoration: 
17:00-19:00
Reason:
 Tie- in  
Impact on customers: 
No water

Suburb: Sandown
Streets: 
 Various streets
Start Date: 
04 October 2016
Time:  
09:00-16:00
Restoration: 
16:00-18:00
Reason:
 Tie- in  
Impact on customers: 
No water


Date of release: Friday, 23 September 2016

Daily water supply system status updates: Friday, 23 September 2016 (Afternoon)

Water supply status update by exception (i.e. areas affected due to supply constraint and not service interruption from occasional pipe burst): supply across the City of Johannesburg is normal, with reservoir levels across the city in a satisfactory position.

Unplanned interruptions

Bloubosrand, Kya Sands, Needwood (Cedar Lakes), Craigavon, Northriding, Jhb North, Northlands Business Park,Farmhall,Chartwell,Maroeladal 

  • Due to technical delays onsite there is currently no estimate completion time for repairing of burst pipe.
  • All water tankers placed onsite will be monitored and filled as and when required, and we will also have roaming water tankers in the affected areas.
  • We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Please find water tanker placement points below:

  • Cedar Lakes-2 Tanks
  • Witkoppen Clinic-refill tanks
  • Talavera Estate-Inchanga-Craigavon
  • Cnr. Poplar and Inchanga-Craigavon
  • Witkoppen School-1 Tank
  • Crawford Pre-Primary School-Randa Road
  • Crawford Prep School-Campbell Road
  • Cnr. Rooikraans and Agulhas –Bloubosrand
  • Cnr. Bernie and Elsecar-Kya Sand
  • Northlands Business Park-2 Tanks
  • Hampstead Gardens Complex-Hyperion Road-Northriding
  • Isabel Complex-Dexter Road-Northriding
  • Cnr. Government and Pritchard- Jhb. North

Planned interruptions 

Suburb: Theta Ext 7

Streets:  All streets

Start Date: 28 September 2016

Time:  08:00-18:00

Restoration: 18:00-20:00am

Reason: Tie in

Impact on customers: No water Suburb: Protea Glen ext 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 26,27,28,29

Streets:  All streets
Start Date: 
02 October 2016
Time:  
17:00-00:00
Restoration: 
00:00-04:00am 
Reason: 
Randwater will be installing a new 300 mm flow meter. 
Impact on customers: 
No water

Two water tankers will be roaming around the areas.

Suburb: Bryanston Ext 8 

Streets:  Various streets
Start Date: 
04 October 2016
Time:  
07:00-17:00
Restoration: 
17:00-19:00
Reason:
 Tie- in  

Impact on customers: No water

Suburb: Sandown

Streets:  Rivonia Road, Fredman Drive, Maude Street, Gwen Street, Bute lane and Waet Road 
Start Date: 
04 October 2016
Time:  
07:00-17:00
Restoration: 
17:00-19:00
Reason:
 Tie- in  
Impact on customers: 
No water

Suburb: Sandown

Streets:  Various streets
Start Date: 
04 October 2016
Time:  
09:00-16:00
Restoration: 
16:00-18:00
Reason:
 Tie- in  
Impact on customers: 
No water

Residents are reminded that level-2 water restrictions are still in place and must be adhered to.

Water Tanks will be available at clinics, schools, reception area and shopping centre.

Residents are reminded that level-2 water restrictions are still in place and must be adhered to. Due to the colder weather conditions, the stipulated times that residents are not allowed to water and irrigate their gardens has changed from 6am and 6pm to 8am until 4pm every day.

Level-2 water restrictions according to section 44 (3) of the Water Services Bylaw states that all consumers are forthwith compelled:

a)            Not to water and irrigate their gardens from 8am and 4pm every day;

b)            Not to fill their swimming pools with municipal water; and

c)            Not to use hosepipes to wash their cars, paved areas, etc.

We appeal to residents to be patient as system recovers and apologise for the inconvenience caused.

Residents are reminded that level-2 water restrictions are still in place and must be adhered to. Due to the colder weather conditions, the stipulated times that residents are not allowed to water and irrigate their gardens has changed from 6am and 6pm to 8am until 4pm every day.

Level-2 water restrictions according to section 44 (3) of the Water Services Bylaw states that all consumers are forthwith compelled:
a) Not to water and irrigate their gardens from 8am and 4pm every day;
b) Not to fill their swimming pools with municipal water; and
c) Not to use hosepipes to wash their cars, paved areas, etc.

Water saving tips

  • Don’t leave taps dripping;
  • Take shallow baths; and
  • Use bathwater or grey-water to water the garden.

We urge residents to remain active partners in reducing the amount of water used in the City of Johannesburg, and to report any form of vandalism and theft of water infrastructure to 0800 00 25 87.Residents are encouraged to subscribe on our website, to our SMS notification service for alerts on planned or unplanned service interruptions.

More information can be obtained on twitter: @jhbwater; facebook: Johannesburg Water and our website www.johannesburgwater.co.za

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