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City of Grovetown’s Fire Department annual fire hydrant testing and flushing

City of Grovetown Annual Fire Hydrant Testing & Flushing (Source: WFXG) City of Grovetown Annual Fire Hydrant Testing & Flushing (Source: WFXG)
GROVETOWN, GA (WFXG) -

The City of Grovetown’s Fire Department personnel will conduct annual fire hydrant testing and flushing Tuesday, May 15 through Thursday, May 17  between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. in the following areas:  Old Wrightsboro Road; Charlotte Avenue; Wadsworth Court; Harvestwood Townhomes; Willowick Subdivision; Robin Lane; Whiskey Road; Inglett Dive; Clayton Drive, Guy Dive, and Ballpark Road.

Notification of fire hydrant testing and flushing will be posted on the City website at www.cityofgrovetown.com and Mayor Gary Jones’ Facebook page.

Residents in the affected subdivisions and areas may experience low water pressure and cloudy or brown water during the testing. The water discoloration is not harmful but could stain laundry so affected residents are advised to avoid using their washing machines during this time and to test that their water has returned to clear before doing laundry.

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