TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The city of Troy reported a water main break on 124th St in Lansingburgh.
At this time, the broken water main has been isolated and all systems have been restored amounting to a full restoration of water services to residents.
For the next 24 hours, those who use city of Troy water may experience pressure fluctuations and discolored water.
A boil water advisory has not been issued.
Residents who require assistance or have flooded basements are asked to call 911. The Troy Fire Department is working directly with affected residents and is coordinating with the Red Cross to provide additional support.
National Grid is also onsite to assess services delivered to affected residents. Concerned residents can contact National Grid with additional questions regarding gas and electric services.
The Lansingburgh Boys & Girls Club, located at 501 Fourth Street, will remain open until 6 p.m. for residents that may require assistance.
For additional information, please contact the City of Troy Department of Public Utilities at (518) 237-0611.
The Department of Public Utilities crews are working on isolating the issue.
The City has opened the water plant for restroom access and a warming station at 25 Water Plant Rd.
The Lansingburgh Boys & Girls Club, located at 113th & 4th, is open as a warming center for effected residents
Residents with flooded basements are asked to call 911. The Troy fire department will be responding to assist.
Roads closures currently in effect: • 4th through 6th between 125th – 121st. • 2nd Avenue between 126th – 123rd
The Department of Public Utilities is at the scene and working on fixing the problem.
People who are in the area may experience loss of water and a citywide water restriction has been activated.
Residents are being asked to limit water usage to essentials until further notice.