75 days ago

⚠MAINS BURST - JERVOIS QUAY⚠

The Team from Wellington Water

We are experiencing a burst main in Jervois Quay near Hunter Street in the Wellington CBD this morning. As a result water has been shutdown, which at this stage is only affecting two properties (see picture).

We have no expected time frame on how long this outage will last, however we will provide an update on this as soon as possible. In the meantime, crews will be providing water to impacted customers. Toilets can be used across the road in nearby buildings that aren't impacted.

This work has closed off the exit from Hunter Street onto Jervos Quay - please use an alternate route. We will advise of further traffic impact as the work continues.

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