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closed #167208

Water Utility Problems

2532 S Roundhill CT

Case Date:
1/25/2019

I live at 2528 S Roundhill Ct and as of 5PM 1.25.19, we have almost no water pressure. There doesn't appear to be amy leaks in/around the house or on the street.

closed #167188

Water Utility Problems

3507 S Tulip AVE

Case Date:
1/23/2019

Water seems to be shut off entirely

closed #167013

Water Utility Problems

2707 S Pinehurst DR

Case Date:
1/8/2019

My water pressure is low.

closed #166922

Water Utility Problems

2532 S Roundhill CT

Case Date:
12/28/2018

Water pressure is quite low. Yesterday it was fine.

closed #166495

Water Utility Problems

1805 S Huntington Gardens PL

Case Date:
11/9/2018

Low water pressure at S Huntington Gardens Pl. (39.146375, -86.521690) from 5:20am through 6:30am, when I left for work

closed #166491

Water Utility Problems

909 S Jordan AVE

Case Date:
11/9/2018

Low water pressure

closed #166413

Water Utility Problems

2771 E Ciana CT

Case Date:
11/3/2018

Received notification that water pressure would be reduced on Friday, 11/2, 10a-2p due to intersection work at E Rhorer/S Walnut Pike. Water pressure is worse today (Saturday 11/3) and no one is working at the intersection.

closed #162387

Water Utility Problems

1500 E Maxwell LN

Case Date:
1/23/2018

Reported to Mike Carter via email 1/11/18. Reporting to uReport as well. FYI. With the new snow, it’s a lot easier to see where the leak is at. I hope you had a nice long weekend… Best, Rick On Jan 11, 2018, at 2:27 PM, Rick Birch Dietz wrote: Mike, here’s the scoop on the leak we discussed. Thanks! I live at 1500 E Maxwell Ln. I’m at the SE corner of Maxwell and Sheridan. There appears to be water pooling on east side of Sheridan near the western entrance to my driveway. I noticed ice here a few times last winter but thought it was just frozen road runoff and it wasn’t super cold last year so ice build-up wasn’t significant. But it’s been well below freezing and there shouldn’t be standing water. I didn’t observe anything like this in the spring, summer or fall. I assume there’s a small water line leak underground, perhaps underneath the road. The road is cracked along the edge so there may be some freeze/thaw going on. It doesn’t seem to be an emergency — the flow seems pretty minimal but it does generate some ice south of the wet area when below freezing. I wanted to report this now that I realize what is going on. I placed a stake with orange flagging tape in the area where it seems like water is coming to the surface. Thanks for looking into this. Thanks, R <IMG_4655.jpeg>