Reclaimed Water Not Available in Coachman Ridge
A reclaimed water main broke Friday. It is unclear when repairs can be done.
CLEARWATER – Reclaimed water service is unavailable for homes in the Coachman Ridge neighborhood of Clearwater because of a reclaimed water main break that happened around 1:20 p.m. Friday (Oct. 20).
The break is at 1003 Old Coachman Road, which is located on the north side of the bridge on the west side of the road. It happened when a contractor accidentally drilled a hole into the city’s reclaimed water main.
About 300 residents are affected by this service outage. Residents who live from the bridge on Old Coachman Road to Sunset Point Road and from Glennville Drive east to Emory Drive will be affected. This includes the Coachman Ridge subdivision and the Long Center. Spectrum Field will not be affected. Residents in this area may experience little or no reclaimed water pressure.
The city is assessing the needed repair, and it is unclear at this time when a repair can be made. The city of Clearwater and Clearwater Public Utilities apologize for the inconvenience.
More information will be provided as it becomes available at myclearwater.com. Call (727) 562-4960 with questions.
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