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Hattiesburg testing fire hydrants this week

SOURCE: City of Hattiesburg SOURCE: City of Hattiesburg
SOURCE: City of Hattiesburg SOURCE: City of Hattiesburg
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

The City of Hattiesburg will be testing fire hydrants this week, which could result in low water pressure or discolored water. 

Hattieburg released the following scheduled for testing:

Nov.8

  • WL Runnels 
  • Academy Dr.
  • N 19th Ave. to Hwy 49
  • Hillendale Dr. to Heatherwood Dr. 
  • Mandalay Dr. to Lincoln Rd

Nov. 9

  • Edwards St. (from Milton Barnes to Shelton, including Dews Foundry)
  • Roby St.
  • Arledge St. (between Milton Barnes and Duke)
  • James St. (from Faulkner to Dixie Pine)
  • 1900 block of Broadway drive
  • Hope Dr.
  • Pine Grove at Broadway and Richburg Rd.
  • Victoria St.
  • Richburg Rd. from Pinehills to Broadway Dr.
  • Holly Dr.
  • Redbud Ln.
  • Dogwood Dr.
  • Pinehills Dr.
  • Golf Cours Rd. 
  • Lexington Dr.
  • Continental Dr.
  • Jerry Rd.
  • Eagles Dr.
  • Wildwood Cr.
  • Heatherwood Dr.
  • Lakeview Dr. between Redus St. and Pritchard St.
  • Old Hwy 42 between Stanley St. and Pritchard St.
  • Apache Dr.
  • Aztec St.
  • Irma St.
  • Hazel St.
  • Stanley St.
  • Geneva St.

Nov. 10

  • Brookline Dr.
  • Spyglass Hill
  • Medinah Dr.
  • Honors Ln.
  • J. Ed Turner
  • Seventeen Pl.
  • Fairway Pl.
  • South Lake Estates 
  • Lake Shore Dr.
  • Augusta Ct.
  • Gallo St.
  • Campbell Dr.
  • Campbell Scenic Dr.
  • The Boardwalk at Dewberry
  • Meadowood Dr.
  • Trailwood Dr.
  • Nellwood Dr.
  • Crestwood Dr.
  • Woodhaven Cr. 

The city also provided the following tips and FAQ regarding fire hydrant flushing:

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