The Sewerage & Water Board has announced construction projects will cause low water pressure in various parts of New Orleans this week.
Residents and businesses on several streets in the Lower 9th Ward will experience low pressure on Thursday or Friday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days, as workers tie in a new water line to serve the area.
The streets affected are:
Thursday: along Lamanche Street between North Derbigny and North Dorgenois streets; along North Prieur Street between Charbonnet and Andry streets; along North Miro Street between Flood and Charbonnet streets; along Caffin Avenue between North Galvez and North Dorgenois streets; and along North Rocheblave Street between Flood and Charbonnet streets.
Friday: along Caffin Avenue between North Derbigny and North Dorgenois streets and along North Johnson Street between Caffin Avenue and Charbonnet Street.
Residents and businesses on several streets in the Uptown area will experience low water pressure from 11:55 p.m. Thursday to 7 a.m. Friday as contractors tie in a new water line in the area.
The areas affected are along Jefferson Avenue between Coliseum and Constance streets; along Magazine Street between Jefferson and Arabella Street; along Chestnut Street between Jefferson and Arabella; along Joseph Street between Coliseum and Chestnut streets; along Octavia Street between Coliseum to Constance; and along Constance between Jefferson and Octavia.
Customers on Florida Avenue from Tunica Street to Wilshire Street will experience low water pressure from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday as workers tie in a new fire service.