Water systems in Vinton fully operational
VINTON—Vinton Town Manager Chris Lawrence has issued a press release concerning the Town’s water system. As of noon on July 3, the Town’s entire water system is now up and fully operational. There are no issues with water pressure or water volumes for commercial, residential, or fire hydrant use.
The water systems are fully operational and working within an acceptable range in the Falling Creek, Wolf Creek, Victoria Meadows, and Chestnut Mountain areas.
The Parkway Tank, Third Street Tank, and Lower Toddsberry Tank are operating under normal standard conditions at 100%.
The Chestnut Mountain Tank is at 74%; the Camney Lane Tank is at 61%; the Twin Mountain Tank is at 95%; and the Upper Toddsberry Tank is at 54%.
A boil notice remains in effect ONLY for those affected areas in Falling Creek, Wolf Creek, Victoria Meadows, and Chestnut Mountain. No other areas of Town are affected by the boil notice. All other areas may continue to use water as normal. This will remain in effect until otherwise notified by the Virginia Department of Health.
The Town of Vinton will be conducting its first water sample today and the second tomorrow for the Virginia Department of Health’s analysis of water quality safety.
The potable and bottled water station at the Vinton War Memorial will close at 5:00 p.m. today, July 3.
For more information, visit www.vintonva.gov or call 540-983-0607.