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TALBOT STREET CLOSURE - November 26, 2018
UPDATE: ALL RESIDENTS ON TALBOT STREET Construction has begun on Talbot Street to replace the ... [more...]
PROPERTY TAX NOTICES - November 26, 2018
TOWN OF JONESBORO RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES RE: Property Tax Notices The mailing of 2018 tax n... [more...]
LOW WATER PRESSURE - November 13, 2018
LOW WATER PRESSURE - TOWN OF JONESBORO The water well problem that created low pressure for many... [more...]
BROKEN WATER LINE REPAIRED - October 16, 2018
The broken water line in front of Jonesboro-Hodge Elementary School at 2105 South Polk Avenue has... [more...]
BROKEN WATER LINE ON SOUTH POLK AVENUE - October 16, 2018
A water line has broken in front of Jonesboro-Hodge Elementary School at 2105 South Polk Avenue.P... [more...]
09/24/2018 POWER RESTORED - September 24, 2018
10:22am - Entergy Electric Co has restored power to residents and/or businesses affected by the o... [more...]
Water Update for 1-19-18
WATER UPDATE - 1/19/18
Many customers have experienced water outages and low water pressure over the past few days. We believe this is primarily due to frozen pipes from the abnormally freezing temperatures we have recently experienced.
These frozen pipes have prohibited water from being transported to customers. Additionally, some pipes have cracked or broken due to the freezing temperatures, which has worsened the problem. As the pipe infrastructure continues to defrost, we expect additional repairs to be needed and will work to resolve those as quickly as we become aware of them.
In addition to frozen delivery pipes, the water supply that was available to customers was experiencing higher than usual demands, which quickly reduced the overall water pressure of the system.
We anticipate most issues and concerns to be resolved in a few days once water pressure is allowed to build to its normal capacity. In the meantime, we are addressing the problems as they arise.
We apologize for the inconvenience this has created, and we appreciate your patience with us as we work to resolve these issues. Once we resolve these issues, we will further research the causes and best practices available in an attempt to prevent it from occurring again.
WALKER ROAD AND DURBIN CIRCLE
The areas in the limited boil advisory, Walker Road and Durbin Circle, are still under a boil advisory. We will specifically notify you once the boil advisory has been rescinded.