Four Miami-Dade communities should brace for low water pressure during the next month while a 54-inch water main is repaired.
A precautionary boil water advisory has been issued for several Hialeah neighborhoods.
Residents of a couple of Northwest Miami-Dade neighborhoods may notice lower than normal water pressure over the next couple of days.
A water main break has forced the city’s residents to boil their water until at least Sunday morning.
At least 500 residents at Mirador South condominiums, located along the 1000 block of West Avenue, were without water as of Friday afternoon.
Full water service has been restored to Miami Beach residents following a water main break that caused some street flooding Saturday morning, however, there’s also a precautionary boil water advisory for a small number of residents.
Traffic is flowing smoothly to Key Biscayne and Crandon Park after repairs were completed by the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department.
In what is quickly becoming a common occurrence in Miami-Dade County, a small water main broke Friday evening in the northwestern part of the county.
There’s no good time for a water main break, but rush hour on a Friday is definitely among the worst. That’s what city officials in Ft. Lauderdale were handed after a broken pipe closed part of Andrew Avenue Friday afternoon.
You don’t have to worry about boiling your tap water before drinking it in parts of Hialeah this weekend, after, after a 2-day boil water order caused by a contractor’s mistake was lifted Friday night.