If Your Water Looks Like This, It's Likely from Flushing
Parts of Sudbury is experiencing some discoloration of drinking water today, likely because of flushing from the Sudbury Water District.
According to the Town of Sudbury website:
Daytime Flushing (approx. 9 a.m.-3 p.m.) Route for Friday, October 19 or Until Further Notice is including but is not limited to: North Road (Route 117) at Mossman Road through to the Concord town line. Homes and businesses in close proximity to this area may also notice a temporary drop in pressure or experience discolored water which is normal during water main flushing and should subside overnight. When flushing mains; even if we are not directly flushing your street, connecting streets COULD experience some, all, or none of the same affects as that of the actual street being flushed.Water Conditions at homes and businesses withthin close proximity to the above listed area will likely be influenced; avoid drawing in sediment into your own system by limiting intake during flushing hours. As the flushing route advances updates are posted to this webpage and electronically mailed to our e-mail subscribers.
Overnight Flushing (approximately 8 p.m. - 12 a.m.): TBA.