Burst Water Main

  • Irish Water and Mayo County Council are advising customers that a watermain has burst in Ballina affecting 300 houses on Bunree Road and in Greenhills Estate.
    Crews are on site working to repair the burst as quickly and as safely as possible to safeguard the water supply for homes and businesses in the areas. It is expected that the repair will be completed by 8pm this evening (Wednesday) and it may take further 2-3 hours for normal supply to return to all impacted customers as the network refills.

     
  • Irish Water, working in partnership with Mayo County Council is working to restore the water supply to the Park Road area of Swinford following a watermain burst.

    Approximately 80 homes in the Park Road area which are supplied by the Swinford Water Supply Scheme may be impacted by water outages while the repairs are carried underway.

    Mayo County Council staff are working to repair the burst as quickly and as safely as possible. The repair is expected to be completed by this evening.

    Once the watermain has been repaired it may take a number of hours for the water supply to return in full to all impacted properties.

     A traffic management system will be in place for the duration of these urgent repair works.

    Irish Water and Mayo County Council understand the inconvenience when a burst occurs and thanks customers for their patience while we work to repair the burst and restore supply to impacted customers.

  • About 500 houses in the Tibohine and Ballaghadereen areas are without water, due to a burst water main on the North Roscommon Water Supply.

    The burst occurred on the Old Dublin Road in Ballaghadereen, and Irish Water says about 500 houses are impacted in Tibohine, Lissacurkia and Lung.

    It's expected repairs will be completed by this evening, and customers should have a full water supply restored by about 10 o'clock tonight.

    Meanwhile, the water supply in Glenamaddy is returning to normal, following overnight restrictions on the scheme due to persistent heavy rainfall.

    The restrictions were imposed last night for residents and businesses on the Glenamaddy Public Water Supply.

    Irish Water has confirmed this afternoon that the supply is returning to normal.

     

     

     

     

  • Irish Water nd Mayo County Council  are working to restore the water supply to Clare Street and Howley Terrace, Ballina following a watermain burst.

    Approximately 100 homes and businesses in the Clare Street/Howley Terrace area which are supplied by the Ballina Regional  Water Supply Scheme may be impacted by water outages while the repairs are carried underway.

    The repair is expected to be completed by this evening. Once the watermain has been repaired it may take a number of hours for the water supply to return in full to all impacted properties.

     A traffic management system is in place for the duration of these urgent repair works.

  • Mayo County Council is dealing with a burst water main in Foxford this evening.

    The burst is to a large main which is located on the Swinford road.

    It is at a significant depth on that road.

    Council crews are working to resolve the issue at present but there is no estimated time for restoration of supply just yet.

  • Irish Water says a burst water main in Ballina is impacting on the water supply to about 50 houses.

    Customers in Bachelors Walk, Arbuckle Row and Castle Row in Ballina and surrounding areas are affected by the burst water main.

    It's expected repairs will be completed by 12 noon tomorrow, but some customers may not have a full supply for a further 2-3 hours, while water returns to the network.