Water restored to some campus buildings

August 31, 2016 | News, UToday
By Meghan Cunningham



Water service has been restored to the Student Union and several additional buildings following a water main break on The University of Toledo Main Campus.

In addition to the Union, water is back on in Carlson Library, Bowman-Oddy Laboratories and areas of the Memorial Field House. Restroom facilities can be used, however drinking fountains remain closed as a safety precaution. Food service in the Student Union is expected to reopen tomorrow.

A number of campus buildings remain without water as crews continue to address the ruptured water main that occurred late Tuesday on the east side of the West Parking Ramp. Those buildings, which will have water service restored after repairs are complete, include Wolfe Hall, Honors Academic Village, MacKinnon Hall, Scott Hall and Tucker Hall.

An additional water main issue on Secor Road also interrupted water service to the Center for Performing Arts and the Law Center. The College of Law canceled Wednesday evening classes, however all other classes are being held as scheduled.

Crews are working diligently to address the issue in an effort to make repairs yet today. Notifications to campus will continue as updated information becomes available.