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Residents are asked NOT to blow or rake yard wastes such as grass clippings into the street. Check storm drain inlets in your neighborhood to make sure they are free of debris.
Rake leaves, grass and debris away from the inlet and dispose of properly. You should immediately report the problem to City Hall if the debris is excessive or causes any back up or flooding. Never remove the inlet grate from the storm drain opening - this creates a hazard.
THE WATER DEPARTMENT WILL BE WORKING ON THE WATER MAINS IN THE VICINITY OF MAPLE AVENUE, MONTROSS AVENUE AND FERRIS STREET ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2012.
THIS WORK WILL REQUIRE SHUTTING OFF THE WATER MAINS BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 7:00 A.M. UNTIL APPROXIMATELY 1:00 P.M. DURING THIS TIME, YOU MAY EXPERIENCE LOW OR NO WATER PRESSURE AND/OR DISCOLORED WATER. WE REGRET ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.
WHEN WATER SERVICE IS RESTORED, SOME DISCOLORATION IS EXPECTED AND YOU MAY NEED TO RUN YOUR WATER TO CLEAR. IF THIS CONDITION CONTINUES PLEASE CALL THE WATER DEPARTMENT BY 2:00 P.M.
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Edward Khuns III - Water & Sewer Superintendent is also the Stormwater Management Coordinator. He is responsible for coordination and implementation of the Stormwater Management Program for the City of Peekskill.
Vince Powell - Assistant Water & Sewer Superintendent is the Local Stormwater Public Contact.
If you have any questions regarding the Stormwater Program or would like to volunteer, please call (914) 734-4150 or send us an email.
The City of Peekskill is seeking information from residents and businesses with respect to their understanding of stormwater related issues in the community.
In order to better understand what the City must do to inform residents and businesses, we ask that you complete the following short questionnaire and return it to us either electronically or in hard copy. Hard copies may be hand delivered to the Water Department in City Hall or mailed to 840 Main Street, Peekskill, New York 10566.
Be Advised that the City is currently aware of Water Main Breaks on Bleloch Avenue Between Jackson & Brook Street. As well as at the Corner of Washington Street & Roosevelt. Crews are on site.
An average of a quarter-million families have their homes ruined and their lives disrupted each winter, all because of water pipes that freeze and burst. To prevent the needless expense and aggravation of frozen water pipes, protect your home, apartment or business by following these simple steps: