Water Disruption Notice: Mount Vernon Water Co-op
Update Tuesday, January 16 at 6:33am - The water supply has been restored following the repair of the line that supplies Mount Vernon water system. As good practice, please run the water for a few minutes prior to use. Thank you for your cooperation and patience. Have a great day!
Update Monday, January 15 at 5:00pm - The water supply remains low for Mount Vernon users due to the break in the Town of Three Hills line that supplies this system into Kneehill County. The water pressure may vary depending where you are at on the water line, with the furthest down the line experiencing less than those who may be at a low point on the line. We are asking that all users on the Mount Vernon system conserve where possible, only using when necessary, and not to run appliances such as dishwashers or washing machines. Thank you for understanding. We will update as soon as we know any more.
Update Monday, January 15 at 8:00am - The waterline break has been located and the Town of Three Hills crews are preparing to repair. No to low water pressure continues for Mount Vernon water users. We do not have a repair timeline as of yet.
Sunday, January 14 at 9:40pm
We have received notification from the Town of Three Hills that there has been a water line break that supplies water to the Mount Vernon water system of approximately 45 users in the Kneehill County surrounding area. The water supply has been turned off in order to isolate/fix the break. We will provide an update as soon as possible.
We have been receiving complaints in regards to odor from the compost pile located at SW 4-30-24-W4M. These complaints must be forwarded to Alberta Environment at 1-800-222-6514, as odors are regulated through
Provincial jurisdiction. At the last meeting of Kneehill County Council on November 7, 2017, Administration will send a letter to Alberta Environment also.
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