Up to 100 homes and business in the Arlington Forest neighborhood will be without water service Friday night into Saturday.
Arlington’s Dept. of Environmental Services says a valve replacement is needed and the portion of the neighborhood east of Lubber Run is expected to lose water service around 7 p.m. Friday as a result.
Water is expected to start flowing again around 9 a.m. Saturday, DES said.
(2of2) The work will be centered at the intersection of 2nd Street North and North Park Drive. Expect a road closure at 2nd Street North from North Abingdon Street to North Park Drive. Questions: 703-228-6555. pic.twitter.com/fiAPB4Slu9
— Arlington Department of Environmental Services (@ArlingtonDES) September 27, 2019
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