Dominion Energy WV is replacing their gas main and services at 16th Avenue in Vienna from the intersection of 23rd Street to Woodland Drive. This section of 16th Avenue will be closed daily in this area starting on Monday, October 21 thru Friday, November 1st from approximately 7:00 am until 4:00 pm and possibly later depending on work load. Local traffic in the work zone will be accommodated but could have some delays. Area Wide Protective Services will have signage and flaggers present during this time. NOTE: We do not have any work scheduled for Wednesday, October 23.
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City of Vienna Utility Board employees will be replacing a fire hydrant the night of Friday, 18th October 2019, at 28th Street and Grand Central Avenue.
Water service will be interrupted for residents from 23rd Street to 32nd Street and between River Road to 8th Avenue.
Water will be turned off at approximately 10:00 PM and should be restored by 7:00 AM, weather permitting.
Vienna Utility Board employees will be flushing fire hydrants throughout the city beginning Tuesday, October 15, 2019.
Customers who experience discolored water are asked to flush their house line through the cold-water faucet in a bathtub and/or an outside spigot on the opposite side of the house from where the water enters the home.
If discolored water is noticed, customers should refrain from using hot water or washing clothes until the home lines are flushed out. If water does not clear within five minutes, the issue should be reported to the Vienna Utility Board (304) 295-4543.
This routine maintenance will continue for approximately two weeks.
Browns Asphalt will be paving Woodland Drive starting on Monday, October 7th, 2019 through Wednesday, October 9th, 2019. Weather permitting.
There will be a full street closure on Woodland Drive from Rosemar Road to the four way stop. Please find an alternative route.
The closure will start at 7:00 am, until the end of each work day.
CHARLESTON, WV – To reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfires due to drought, Gov. Jim Justice has issued a proclamation that bans all outdoor burning throughout West Virginia, effective today, Sept. 20, 2019.
The ban, which is necessary because of drought conditions and reduced water supply levels in some communities, will be in effect until conditions improve and the Governor rescinds the order by further proclamation.
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