Central Avenue Pipe Repair Update

https://videopress.com/v/WErqlY8J?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true On Thursday, July 7th, a customer called about a manhole on Central Avenue. A rapid response crew was dispatched to investigate Thursday morning and found that the manhole needed a new top and interior cleaning due to grease build-up. Crews returned Friday and additional investigations found that the wastewater pipe was leaking 17 feet... Continue Reading →

New Hydrant Permit Decal 2022 – 2024

Any individual using a fire hydrant to draw water must have a 2022-2024 Green Hydrant Permit Decal located on the back or side of their equipment. The Charlotte Water fire hydrant program provides temporary service for customers in Mecklenburg County for authorized use of public fire hydrants. Hydrants are part of the water distribution system... Continue Reading →

How to Report Unauthorized Hydrant Use

Is a company using a fire hydrant on your street?If so look for the yellow hydrant decal. This decal is proof that they are authorized to use the hydrant and paying for the water they use.  CLTWater maintains more than 17,600 hydrants throughout the county. The Charlotte Fire Department and CLTWater periodically use hydrants for... Continue Reading →

May 14 Update: Long Creek Wastewater Spill

After more than two weeks of construction site preparation and stabilizing bypass operations, Charlotte Water is replacing 140 feet of broken wastewater pipe north of 4100 Oakdale Road. Pipe replacement will take at least two days. “Charlotte Water continues to make progress in reducing overflows,” said Cam Coley, spokesperson for Charlotte Water. “Unfortunately in this... Continue Reading →

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