UPDATE: Crews to begin working on Dawson Creek water main Monday

UPDATE: Article changed to add an update from the City of Dawson Creek.

DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – The City of Dawson Creek says crews are set to repair its water main on Monday.

This week marked the second time the water main broke after issues on Canada Day.

Earlier this week, the city let residents know that the water is still safe for consumption, but some may experience reduced water pressure.

Residents have also been asked to reduce unnecessary water use.

The city notes that potable water sale locations remain open, and water reservoir levels are stable.

Staff have reportedly enacted emergency water distribution plans to maintain levels for fire flows and potable water use.

Updates will be provided via social media and the city’s website.

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