Water restored to buildings

July 25, 2018 | News, UToday
By Meghan Cunningham

Water has been restored to the buildings on Main Campus impacted by the water main break Monday on Bancroft Street.

While the restroom facilities are reopened, the drinking fountains will remain closed until at least Monday while the buildings remain under a drinking water boil advisory.

The buildings impacted include University Hall, Gillham Hall, Stranahan Hall, Savage & Associates Business Complex, McMaster Hall, Ritter Planetarium, Driscoll Alumni Center, Health and Human Services Building, Snyder Memorial Building, Libbey Hall, Memorial Field House, Honors Academic Village, MacKinnon Hall, Scott Hall, and Tucker Hall (including the Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women).

Ongoing repairs to the main water line could result in intermittent water shutoffs and lower water pressure on campus. When using restroom facilities, individuals are asked to flush the toilets twice to ensure full drainage.

Bottled water is available at distribution sites in Libbey Hall outside the Admissions Office, University Hall outside Doermann Theatre, Stranahan Hall in the first-floor lobby, and Health and Human Services Building in the first-floor lobby.

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