Properties on Nash Street likely will have an interruption in water service Saturday, March 5, while utility work takes place for the Nash Street Sidewalk Project.
The work would affect properties between Revere Road and Corbin Street, with work tentatively scheduled to start at 8 a.m. Notices also were hand delivered last week to affected properties. The contractor, S.T. Wooten Corp., recommended the Saturday work to prevent interruption of water service at Hillsborough Elementary School on a weekday. The affected houses are connected to the same water main as the school.
The contractor will perform the water service tie-ins, and Hillsborough utility staff will disconnect and connect the water at the main. Town staff also will take water samples and test for water quality. If residents in the project areas have questions or concerns about their water after service is restored, please contact the Hillsborough Water Plant at 732-3621.
The Nash Street Sidewalk Project length is about 3 miles and includes construction of sidewalk along Nash Street, Revere and Faucette Mill roads and Allison, Calvin, Hayes and Union streets. It is intended to improve safety for walkers and to serve as a north-south link, connecting neighborhoods, businesses and schools as well as Gold Park and Riverwalk in the future.
For more information, contact Assistant Town Manager Nicole Ard by phone at 732-1270, ext. 77 or Public Works Supervisor Ken Hines by phone at 732-1270, ext. 78.