Hydrant Testing Locations – Week of June 16, 2014

This notice is to all residents of the City of Poughkeepsie who utilize City water –

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the City of Poughkeepsie Fire Department will be servicing and testing the City fire hydrant system (weather permitting).  This system is directly linked to the drinking water supply.

Be further advised that during the testing period, the water is safe, but should be run until it is clear; use caution when doing white laundry-it is recommended that you should wait a twenty-four (24) to forty-eight (48)  hour period after the testing has been completed in the vicinity of your neighborhood.

Monday

  • Thurgood Marshall Terrace (109 Delafield Street)
  • Talmadge Street
  • Duane Street
  • Gifford Avenue
  • Verazzano Boulevard
  • Brookside Avenue
  • Hoffman Street at Talmadge Street
  • Washington Street at Fallkill Place

Tuesday

  • Washington Street from Marshall Street to Mansion
  • Mansion Street from Washington Street to North Bridge Street
  • Charles Street
  • North Hamilton Street from Parker Avenue, including the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office to High Street
  • Catherine Street from Cottage Street to Mansion Street

Wednesday

  • Orchard Place
  • Washington Street from Bain Avenue to Gifford Avenue
  • Parker Avenue from Washington Street to North Hamilton Street
  • Fairview Avenue from Parker Avenue to the City Line
  • Morton Street

Thursday

  • Marshall Street
  • Garden Street Between Parker Avenue and Mansion Street
  • Zimmer Avenue
  • Elm Place
  • Balding Avenue
  • High Street

Friday

  • Mansion Street from North Hamilton Street to Garden Street
  • Catherine Street Between Mansion Street and Mill Street
  • Crannell Street
  • North Hamilton Street Between Main Street and Mill Street
  • Mill Street from North Hamilton Street to Vassar Street
  • Columbus Drive from Mill Street to Main Street
  • Garden Street Between Mill Street and Main Street

Saturday

  • Main Street from the Hudson River to Hamilton Street
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