Water out today in eastern San José

October 3, 2008

Costa Rica water authorities announced water outages set for today from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in neighborhoods in and around San José, in the cantons of Montes de Oca, Curridabat and La Unión.

Drinking water will be cut off in order to carry out construction on pipes needed to improve water distribution through the Concepción Storage Tank Zone, the Costa Rican Water and Sewer Institute (AyA) said in a press release issued yesterday.

Here is a list of the neighborhoods included in the outage:

In the canton of Montes de Oca: San Pedro, Lourdes, Calles Siles, Santa Marta, Barrio Pinto La Granja Roosevelt, Fuentes, Vargas Araya, Monterrey, Cedros, Sabanilla, Betania, Dent and Los Yoses.

Curridabat: Part of Baja de Granadilla Norte, Urbanización Altamonte, Barrio María Auxiliadora, Urbanización Pinar de Montes de Oca, Taller Wabe, Condominio Puruses, Guayabos V Etapa, Abedules, San Angel, Calle La Unica, Calle El Tacaco and the southern stretch of Calle Montañas Rusas (Condominio Barlovento).

La Unión: Urbanización Omega.

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