The Sewerage & Water Board has announced construction projects will cause low water pressure in various parts of New Orleans on Monday and Tuesday:

Customers on Camp Street between Gravier and Natchez streets will experience low pressure from 9 a.m. to noon Monday as workers install a 6-inch valve.

Residents and businesses in a section of Gentilly will experience low pressure from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday as workers replace a fire hydrant. The streets affected are: New Orleans Street from Gentilly Boulevard to Treasure Street, and Treasure Street between New Orleans and St. Anthony streets.

Residents and businesses in the Loyola Avenue area will experience low water pressure from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday as crews cut and cap a new line to replace a 20-inch water line.

The affected areas will be: along Loyola Avenue from Louisiana Avenue to Sixth Street; along La Salle Street from Louisiana Avenue to Sixth Street; along Toledano Street from Freret Street to Loyola Avenue; along Seventh Street from La Salle Street to Loyola Avenue; and along Harmony Street from La Salle Street to Loyola Avenue.

Customers on Constance Street between Poeyfarre Street and Andrew Higgins Drive will experience low pressure from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday as workers install a water main.

Residents and businesses in a section of Mid-City will experience low water pressure from noon to 5 p.m. Monday as workers replace a fire hydrant in the area. The affected areas are: along St. Peter Street from North Murat Street to North Carrollton Avenue, and along North Alexander Street between Banks and St. Peter streets.

Customers on Mandeville Street between Prentiss Avenue and Odin Street will experience low pressure from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday as workers tie in a new water line.

Residents and businesses in a section of Broadmoor will experience low water pressure from noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday as crews repair a water line. The streets affected are: Lowerline Street between Hurst and South Prieur streets, and Hurst Street between Pine and Adams streets.

Customers on Lowerline Street between St. Charles Avenue and Zimpel Street will experience low pressure from noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday as workers replace a hydrant that serves the area.