SEYMOUR-OXFORD — Aquarion Water Company will conduct a water main cleaning project in Seymour and Oxford through Wednesday, November 13.

Work is scheduled to take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The project will ensure that customers continue to receive the highest quality water.

During this time, customers may notice some discoloration in their water. This results from the temporary disturbance of water flow, which stirs up naturally occurring minerals that settle in water mains.

Aquarion recommends customers store tap water in their refrigerators for drinking and cooking.

Customers should also refrain from washing laundry if water is discolored.

Before resuming use, customers should run their cold-water faucets until the water appears clear.

Aquarion appreciates its customers’ understanding and patience during this project.

The Seymour streets scheduled for the first week of the water main cleaning project are: Glenbrook Drive, Hickory Lane, Moss Avenue, Oakwood Drive, Summer Hill Road, Warren Drive and Woodcrest Road on Wednesday, October 2; Bellevue Terrace, Colony Road, Halsey Street, Jay Lane, Omar Street, Patton Avenue, Pheasant Drive and Wild Duck Road on Thursday, October 3; Brothers Court, Chamberlain Road, Oriole Lane, Robin Road, Silvermine Road and Walnut Street Ext. on Friday, October 4.

Customers may access a regularly updated street schedule at www.aquarionwater.com under Alerts and Outages and on the company’s water main cleaning hotline, 1-800-203-7000.

Those with further questions may call Aquarion’s Customer Service Center at 1-800-732-9678.

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