The City of Danbury Water Department began flushing fire hydrants yesterday, April 4 and will be completing their work in approximately ten weeks.
Annual flushing of the hydrants is necessary to provide better quality water and fire protection. Customers may experience fluctuations in pressure and/or discoloration of their water during flushing.
If you experience discolored water, wait until we leave your area then run your cold water tap until it clears.
During periods of discoloration, postpone washing clothes and limit your use of hot water until the cold water clears.
Please check back to this webpage for an updated list of streets to be flushed in a given week.
Sign up for emergency notifications to receive prior notice of hydrant flushing in your neighborhood at www.danbury-ct.gov/alert
4/4/22 – 4/8/22: Week #1 Hydrant Flushing – Tentative List of Areas to be Flushed
The following is a list of streets and areas to be flushed during the first week (4/4/22 – 4/8/22) of fire hydrant/water main flushing by the Danbury Water Department.
If you experience discolored water, wait till we leave your area, then run your cold-water tap until it clears. During periods of discoloration postpone washing clothes and limit your use of hot water until the cold water clears. This list may need to be deviated from depending of field flushing conditions.
|Bear Mtn. Rd.|
|Park Brook Condos|
|Stetson Place Condos|
|Covered Bridge Condos|
|Danbury High School|
|S King St|
|Little John Rd|
|Middle River Rd|
|Deer Park Dr|
|Louis Allen Drive|
|Maple Ridge Rd|
|Juniper Ridge Rd|
|N. Ridge Condos|
|Poets Landing Condos|
|E Pembroke Rd|
|Rowan St Ext|
|Golden Hill Rd|