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November 21, 2017 Board Meeting
March 21, 2017 Board Meeting
Temporary Shut-down of Water for Selected Areas of Cape Meares
A TEMPORARY WATER OUTAGE WILL BE IN EFFECT ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH BETWEEN 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM FOR THE FOLLOWING AREAS – MOST HOMES SOUTH OF PACIFIC. THE INSTALLATION OF VALVING ALONG PACIFIC AVENUE WILL BE UNDERWAY. SOME AREAS MAY BE BACK IN SERVICE PRIOR TO POSTED TIMES. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE, WE ARE ALMOST DONE!
Alan Tuckey, OWD Watermaster
Temporary Cape Meares Water Outage (01/24/2017)
A TEMPORARY WATER OUTAGE WILL BE IN EFFECT ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 24TH BETWEEN 10:00AM – 1:00PM FOR THE FOLLOWING AREAS – BAYOCEAN FROM 8TH STREET WEST TO 4TH STREET, 4TH STREET TO PACIFIC, 3RD STREET NORTH END ONLY, 5TH STREET NORTH OF PACIFIC. THE NEW WATER MAIN NEEDS TO BE TIED INTO THE EXISTING DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.
Water Restored to 2nd Street N.W. and Pacific Avenue N.W.
Thank you for your patience during the emergency leak repair in Cape Meares. Water was turned off for approximately one hour to do the repair. Durbin Excavating assisted OWD Watermaster to repair the 1″ service line on 2nd Street N.W.
January 10, 2017 Board Meeting Agenda
Water Emergency at Cape Meares
At approximately 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, October 1, reports were received of low or no water pressure from Cape Meares community residents. The Oceanside Water District was contacted and discovered that the 200,000 gallon water reservoir was empty. Efforts are underway to locate and repair the breach that emptied the tank.
For any residents that do have pressure – there is a “boil water” advisory that will remain in place until the break is located and repaired and the water has been tested and passed.
Attempts have been made to supply emergency drinking water to residents unable to drive to Tillamook to purchase their own. If you are planning on visiting the Cape Meares community, be aware of the water issue and please bring your own!
Emergency drinking water is available to community residents at the local Cape Meares Community Center. Contact the OWD if you are unable to obtain supplies for your personal use.
At this time it is unknown when the water service will return to normal.