Friday, February 21, 2020

Winter Parking Ban Lifted - City of Montpelier

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WINTER PARKING BAN LIFTED! TODAY'S DATE IS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21ST, 2020. THE CITY OF MONTPELIER HAS LIFTED THE CITYWIDE WINTER PARKING BAN. MONITOR LOCAL MEDIA, THE CITY OF MONTPELIER WEB PAGE AT WWW.MONTPELIER-VT.ORG AND THE EMERGENCY WINTER PARKING BAN INFORMATION HOTLINE (802--262-6200) FOR UPDATES.

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Thursday, February 20, 2020

Event Notification: Bennington County

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Event Notification: Bennington County Crash; Pownal, VT-346 South, VT346 BR7 Pownal to Pownal-MM 3.9;Affected Lanes: All lanes closed VT-346 in Pownal is CLOSED at the NY Border due to a crash in NY . Please seek an alternate route. Will update when reopen.

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Winter Parking Ban in Effect - City of Montpelier

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WINTER PARKING BAN! TODAY'S DATE IS FEBRUARY 20TH, 2020. THE CITY OF MONTPELIER HAS ISSUED A CITYWIDE WINTER PARKING BAN IN EFFECT AS OF 1:00 AM ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH, 2020. ANY VEHICLE PARKED IN OR ALONG A TRAVELED STREET OR ROAD WILL BE TOWED AT THE OWNERS EXPENSE. MONITOR LOCAL MEDIA, THE CITY OF MONTPELIER WEB PAGE AT WWW.MONTPELIER-VT.ORG AND THE EMERGENCY WINTER PARKING BAN INFORMATION HOTLINE (802-262-6200) FOR
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Event Notification: Chittenden County

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Event Notification: Chittenden County BridgeMaintenance; Winooski, I-89 South, I89 BR70S South BurlingtonAffected Lanes: Two right lanes closed Left lane is now open on I-89 SB at the Winooski River bridge - center and right lane now closed... Merge left. Will advise when repairs are done.

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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Event Notification: Windham County

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Event Notification: Windham County Fire; Dummerston, US-5 North, Dummerston-MM 0.4 to Dummerston-MM 0.6;Affected Lanes: All lanes open US-5 at the intersection of Middle Rd in Dummerston is now OPEN to traffic.

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Event Notification: Bennington County

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Event Notification: Bennington County Other; The VT-9 Chain up law is no longer in effect. Tractor trailer units on VT-9 Between Bennington and Wilmington no longer have to chain-up.

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Event Notification: Windham County

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Event Notification: Windham County Crash; Rockingham, I-91 North, Exit 6 TO US-5 to Pond Rd;Affected Lanes: All lanes closed US-5 Between Bellows Falls Village and the I-91 Exit 6 off ramp is CLOSED at this time due to a crash. Please seek an alternate route and we will update when reopened.

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Event Notification: Windham County

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Event Notification: Windham County Fire; Dummerston, US-5 North, Dummerston-MM 0.4 to Dummerston-MM 0.6;Affected Lanes: All lanes closed US-5 at the intersection of Middle Rd is CLOSED at this time due to a fire. Please seek an alternate route. Will update when reopened.

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Event Notification: Windham County

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Event Notification: Windham County Crash; Guilford, I-91 North, MM 4.2 to MM 3.7;Affected Lanes: All lanes open I-91 NB near MM 4 in Guilford is now OPEN to both lanes

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Event Notification: Windham County

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Event Notification: Windham County Crash; Guilford, I-91 North, MM 4.2 to MM 3.7;Affected Lanes: All lanes closed I-91 NB near MM 4 in Guilford is CLOSED at this time due to a crash. Please seek an alternate route if possible. This closure is expected to be short term. Will update when reopened.

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Event Notification: Bennington County

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Event Notification: Bennington County Other; VT Rte.9 Chain up law is in effect as of 11:05 am.

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Monday, February 17, 2020

Precautionary Boil Water Advisory is Lifted -- City of Burlington, VT

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For immediate release:

February 17, 2020


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Robert Goulding, DPW Public Information Manager

802-540-0846


Precautionary Boil Water Advisory Is Lifted

Samples Confirm Water Safe to Drink

Translated material follows this release below and available at www.burlingtonvt.gov/dpw/boil-water-advisory


Burlington, VTThe precautionary boil water advisory, issued 2/15/2020 at approximately 2:30PM, for the low service water system in Burlington and limited parts of South Burlington has been lifted. Sample results have confirmed that it is safe to use the water. There are no active boil water advisories. Outside of the special sampling taken to lift the advisory, drinking water is also tested throughout the day at the drinking water plant and weekly throughout the distribution system. 

 

BACKGROUND ON THIS WATER MAIN BREAK & BURLINGTON'S  PROACTIVE EFFORTS TO REINVEST 

Issuance of this precautionary advisory was the result of a large water main break on the 16" transmission line that crosses under 339 Pine St. The size of the pipe and the size of the break, combined with location of this pipe (at a lower elevation in the system) resulted in a pressure drop across a widespread area of our system. 

 

While we have undertaken a major effort over the last 3 years to reline/replace miles of water mains before they break, this event underscores the challenge of inherited, aging infrastructure and the need to continue our infrastructure reinvestment. We have another year of active water main rehab work planned for summer 2020. 

 

INFORMATION ON BOIL WATER ADVISORIES

These boil water advisories are, in part, due to a recent change in state requirements mandating that precautionary advisories be issued when such depressurizations occur and that confirmatory sampling is required to lift them. We have protocols in place (maintenance of positive pressure during break repair) to reduce the likelihood of needing to issue a boil water under most water break conditions.  However, until we were able to isolate this particular break around 4PM on 2/15/20, we were not able to maintain system pressures, resulting in the advisory. 

 

HOW TO FIND INFORMATION DURING URGENT EVENTS

  • We are using VT-Alert to send major urgent announcements which allows us to send robocalls to landlines and robocalls to VT-Alert registered cell phones/landlines; and text/emails to VT-Alert registered users. We encourage you to sign up at www.burlingtonvt.gov/btv-alerts

  • In addition to VT-Alert, during urgent events, we keep the www.burlingtonvt.gov website and our social media channels updated. 

  • The Water Resources phone # is always staffed 24/7 at 802-863-4501

  • We disseminate informational releases through news media and Front Porch Forum.

  • Real-time questions are often able to be answered on social media and at the Water Resources #. 

  • We have a series of translated materials that we have shared on Facebook and at www.burlingtonvt.gov/dpw/boil-water-advisory. We encourage you to help us disseminate this to anyone who may be limited English proficient speakers. 

  • You can always call Water Resources at Public Works 24/7 for urgent drinking water questions at 802-863-4501. Non-urgent questions can also be directed to water-resources@burlingtonvt.gov.

 

SOMALI TRANSLATION – PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED

La talinta biyo karkarinta Burlington waa laga qaaday. Waa aamin in biyaha la cabbo. Natiijooyinka baaritaanka waa iska caadi. Waad na soo wici kartaa 24/7  su'aalaha biyaha la cabbo ee degdega ah 802-863-4501. Su'aalaha aan degdega ahayn waxaa sidoo kale loo gudbin karaa water-resources@burlingtonvt.gov.

FRENCH TRANSLATION - PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER ADIVSORY LIFTED

L'avis d'ébullition d'eau à Burlington est levé. Il est sécuritaire de boire de l'eau. Les résultats du test sont normaux. Vous pouvez nous appeler 24h / 24 et 7j / 7 pour toute question urgente sur l'eau potable au 802-863-4501. Les questions non urgentes peuvent également être adressées à water-resources@burlingtonvt.gov.

SWAHILI TRANSLATION - PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED

Ushauri wa maji hapa Burlington umeinuliwa. Ni salama kunywa maji. Vipimo vipo kawaida. Kwa maswali yote ya haraka kuhusu maji, unaweza kutupigia  ku namba 802-863-4501. Kwa maswali yote yasiyokuwa ya haraka unaweza kutuma ku water-resources@burlingtonvt.gov 

NEPALI TRANSLATION – PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED


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Saturday, February 15, 2020

Precautionary Boil Water Advisory -- Expanded to all of Burlington, not including High Service Area


DRINKING WATER PRECAUTION

City of Burlington WSID #5053

3:33PM

BOIL YOUR WATER BEFORE USING



Precautionary boil water advisory expanded and issued for all of Burlington, including limited number of South Burlington households on our water supply. This does not include the high service area (UVM and Hospital). Bring all water to a boil for one minute before using. This is being done out of an abundance of caution. 

We will update you when the situation is resolved. Out of an abundance of caution, the City of Burlington has issued a Precautionary Boil Water Notice for those affected users, effective immediately and continuing until further notice.

What should I do?
DO NOT DRINK THE WATER WITHOUT BOILING IT FIRST. Bring all water to a boil, let it boil for one minute, and let it cool before using, or use bottled water. Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, brushing teeth, washing dishes, and food preparation until further notice. Boiling kills bacteria and other organisms in the water.

Coliforms are bacteria which are naturally present in the environment and are used as an indicator that other; potentially-harmful, bacteria may be present. When a water system is experiencing fluctuations in water pressure the possibility exists for bacteria and other harmful organisms to enter the water distribution system and contaminate your drinking water supply.

People with severely compromised immune systems, infants, and some elderly may be at increased risk. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. General guidelines on ways to lessen the risk of infection by microbes are available from EPA's Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1 (800) 426-4791.

What happened? What is being done?

This Boil Water Notice will remain in effect until the water system maintenance/repair is complete and the system is able to demonstrate that the quality and quantity of the drinking water meets State and Federal drinking water standards.

We will inform you when the necessary system maintenance/repair has been completed and tests show no bacteria present in the drinking water supply. We will provide further communication on social media and our website burlingtonvt.gov/dpw.

What is the difference between a precautionary boil water notice vs. a mandatory boil water notice?

A precautionary boil water notice will be issued when there is a minimally elevated risk of contamination of the water supply, such as when there is a large scale, uncontrolled, and extended depressurization of a significant area of the system.  Regulations require that the public be notified in these instances. 

A mandatory boil water notice will be issued when there is a higher risk of contamination of the water supply, such as a known failure of treatment at the water plant or a known instance of soil, sewage or stormwater entering the water system as the result of a water main break.  In this instance, the risk of contamination is much higher and the public should not consume the water until the mandatory boil water notice is lifted.

For more information, please contact Burlington Water Division at 863-4501.

Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.



Robert Goulding, DPW Public Information Manager


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Precautionary Boil Water Advisory -- City of Burlington, VT (South of Maple St, Willard St and all streets west)


DRINKING WATER PRECAUTION

City of Burlington WSID #5053

2:40PM

BOIL YOUR WATER BEFORE USING



Precautionary boil water advisory issued for south of Maple Street (not including Maple): all streets west of Willard St (inclusive of Willard) AND south of Maple in Burlington. If you are outside of this area but experienced no water or low pressure, please call 802-863-4501 and follow the boil water protocol. Bring all water to a boil before using. This is being done out of an abundance of caution. 

We will update you when the situation is resolved. Out of an abundance of caution, the City of Burlington has issued a Precautionary Boil Water Notice for those affected users, effective immediately and continuing until further notice.

What should I do?
DO NOT DRINK THE WATER WITHOUT BOILING IT FIRST. Bring all water to a boil, let it boil for one minute, and let it cool before using, or use bottled water. Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, brushing teeth, washing dishes, and food preparation until further notice. Boiling kills bacteria and other organisms in the water.

Coliforms are bacteria which are naturally present in the environment and are used as an indicator that other; potentially-harmful, bacteria may be present. When a water system is experiencing fluctuations in water pressure the possibility exists for bacteria and other harmful organisms to enter the water distribution system and contaminate your drinking water supply.

People with severely compromised immune systems, infants, and some elderly may be at increased risk. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. General guidelines on ways to lessen the risk of infection by microbes are available from EPA's Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1 (800) 426-4791.

What happened? What is being done?

This Boil Water Notice will remain in effect until the water system maintenance/repair is complete and the system is able to demonstrate that the quality and quantity of the drinking water meets State and Federal drinking water standards.

We will inform you when the necessary system maintenance/repair has been completed and tests show no bacteria present in the drinking water supply. We will provide further communication on social media and our website burlingtonvt.gov/dpw.

What is the difference between a precautionary boil water notice vs. a mandatory boil water notice?

A precautionary boil water notice will be issued when there is a minimally elevated risk of contamination of the water supply, such as when there is a large scale, uncontrolled, and extended depressurization of a significant area of the system.  Regulations require that the public be notified in these instances. 

A mandatory boil water notice will be issued when there is a higher risk of contamination of the water supply, such as a known failure of treatment at the water plant or a known instance of soil, sewage or stormwater entering the water system as the result of a water main break.  In this instance, the risk of contamination is much higher and the public should not consume the water until the mandatory boil water notice is lifted.

For more information, please contact Burlington Water Division at 863-4501.

Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.



Robert Goulding, DPW Public Information Manager


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Friday, February 14, 2020

Event Notification: Rutland County

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Event Notification: Rutland County Crash; Benson, VT-22A South, Mill Pond Rd to Main Rd;Affected Lanes: All lanes open VT22A in Benson from the intersection of Main Rd. to the intersection of Lake Rd. has been reopened. Drive safely!

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Event Notification: Rutland County

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Event Notification: Rutland County Crash; Benson, VT-22A South, Mill Pond Rd to Main Rd;Affected Lanes: All lanes closed VT22A in Benson is CLOSED from the intersection of Main Rd. to the intersection of Lake Rd. due to the removal of a tractor trailer truck. Expect delays in the area and seek alternate routes.

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Thursday, February 13, 2020

Event Notification: Addison County

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Event Notification: Addison County Crash; Hancock, VT-125 West, Hancock-MM 0.4 to Hancock-MM 0.8;Affected Lanes: All lanes open VT-125 in Hancock near the Middlebury Snow Bowl has been reopened. Drive safely!

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Event Notification: Addison County

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Event Notification: Addison County Crash; Hancock, VT-125 West, Hancock-MM 0.4 to Hancock-MM 0.8;Affected Lanes: All lanes closed VT-125 in Hancock is CLOSED near the Middlebury Snow Bowl due to a stuck commercial vehicle. Please seek an alternate route. Will update when reopen.

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Event Notification: Addison County

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Event Notification: Addison County Crash; Hancock, VT-125 West, Hancock-MM 0.4 to Hancock-MM 0.8;Affected Lanes: All lanes closed VT-125 in Hancock is CLOSED at this time due to a stuck commercial vehicle. Please seek an alternate route. Will update when reopen.

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Event Notification: Bennington County

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Event Notification: Bennington County Other; Route 9 Chain-Up law is deactivated at this time.

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Event Notification: Bennington County

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Event Notification: Bennington County Other; Route 9 Chain-Up Activated

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Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Winter Weather Advisory

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A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for your area

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Monday, February 10, 2020

Event Notification: Bennington County

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Event Notification: Bennington County Other; VT Rte.9 Chain up law is deactivated as of 11:55 am.

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Event Notification: Bennington County

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Event Notification: Bennington County Other; Searsburg, VT-9 West, Searsburg-MM 3.6Affected Lanes: All lanes open VT Rte 9 in Searsburg, near intersection of Rte.8 is now open to all traffic, however TT units still on site and traffic hazards still exist. Proceed with caution and expect delays.

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Event Notification: Bennington County

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Event Notification: Bennington County Other; Searsburg, VT-9 West, Searsburg-MM 3.6Affected Lanes: All lanes closed VT Rte.9 is closed 1/4 mile down hill from intersection of Rte.8 to all traffic due to TT units stuck blocking roadway.

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Event Notification: Bennington County

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Event Notification: Bennington County Other; VT Rte.9 Chain up law is in effect as of 8:45 am.

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Saturday, February 8, 2020

Winter Parking Ban Lifted - City of Montpelier

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WINTER PARKING BAN LIFTED! TODAY'S DATE IS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8TH, 2020. THE CITY OF MONTPELIER HAS LIFTED THE CITYWIDE WINTER PARKING BAN. MONITOR LOCAL MEDIA, THE CITY OF MONTPELIER WEB PAGE AT WWW.MONTPELIER-VT.ORG AND THE EMERGENCY WINTER PARKING BAN INFORMATION HOTLINE (802--262-6200) FOR UPDATES.

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Event Notification: Washington County

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Event Notification: Washington County Crash; Montpelier, US-302 East, Montpelier-MM 0.2Affected Lanes: All lanes open US-302 near Tractor Supply in Berlin is now OPEN. Drive carefully.

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