Campus water line repaired, water restored to buildings

August 31, 2016 | News, UToday
By Meghan Cunningham



Repairs have been made to the ruptured water line on Main Campus, and water service has been restored to the impacted buildings.

The repairs to the section of the water line on the east side of the West Parking Ramp were complete shortly after 8 p.m., and the city of Toledo restored service to the water line at 9:30 p.m.

Students in the impacted residence halls, which include Honors Academic Village, MacKinnon Hall, Scott Hall and Tucker Hall, are able to use the restroom facilities, however the drinking fountains remain closed as a safety precaution.

Water also was turned back on this evening to the additional buildings impacted, which include Wolfe Hall, Memorial Field House, Center for Performing Arts and the Law Center. Water service was restored to the Student Union, Bowman-Oddy Laboratories and Carlson Library earlier today. The library remains closed for the evening.

Normal operations are expected in all buildings tomorrow.

The UT facilities team appreciates your patience and understanding while repairs were completed.