Water main repairs completed overnight, with permeant repairs to start any day.
DELAWARE, Ohio – In a swift response to the water main break that caused the closure of W. William Street, work crews successfully patched a 6-inch water main break, leading to significant progress in the repair efforts. According to Bill Ferrigno, Delaware City Engineer, the main has been repaired, and crews made temporary pavement repairs to ensure the reopening of W. William Street late last night.
The repair work conducted overnight by Delaware City crews has brought about a quick outcome, allowing for minimal traffic problems this morning. While the main has been fixed, the city is now focusing on addressing the pavement damage caused by the break. Permanent pavement repairs are scheduled to be completed either today or early next week, as Ferrigno confirmed..
As the temporary repairs are completed, drivers are advised to remain cautious and follow any posted signs or instructions while traversing the affected section.