Massive Leaks Plague CLWSC Despite Repairs to System
Leaking pipes continue to hobble Canyon Lake Water Service Company’s ability to restore water to many area residents.
Canyon Lake Water Service Company (CLWSC) says water production today is at full capacacity and groundwater wells are generating water.
Water is moving through its distribution center, storage tanks are recharging and water pressure is on the rise.
However, the utility’s monitoring-and-observation system reveals massive leaks in many locations. They’re causing low to no water pressure in many areas.
Crews are working to identify and repairs links in Comal and Blanco counties.
The precautionary boil-water notice remains in effect. Water distribution continues in several location. Click here for more information.
“Many of these leaks are located on our customers’ premises,” CLWSC said on Facebook. “Please help us restore water more quickly by inspecting your home or business as well as immediate outside areas for possible leaks.”
Residents may not see water surfacing to the ground. To learn how to identify a leak, click here. To report leaks on the company’s website, click here.
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