Water main flushing in Bremerton starts March 12

Signs will be posted one-three days in advance for each neighborhood.

BREMERTON — Starting March 12, utility crews will start flushing water mains in Bremerton from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday for the next eight to 12 weeks.

The City of Bremerton recommends that you do not use your hot water service and use cold water only minimally during the actual flushing. City officials said it is advisable to fill containers of water in advance for domestic needs.

Work crews will be posting signs in advance for neighborhoods to be flushed.

Most signage is displayed one to three days prior to flushing. For more information or questions, call the water flushing hotline at 360-473-5490 or email bremerton1@ci.bremerton.wa.us.

For instructions on how to clear discolored water from lines affected by flushing, call 360-473-5490 or visit the city’s website, www.bremertonwa.gov/288/Discolored-Water.

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