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Keyword: water main break

Emergency Management officials have begun distributing potable water to residents affected by the water main break on Wilson Point Road; the distribution will continue until 7:30 p.m.

There is no charge.

The distribution station is the Middle River Fire Station #12, 609 Compass Rd., 21220.

***Please note: This is the career fire station -- not the Middle River Volunteer Fire & Rescue Co.

The water distribution is organized in cooperation with Baltimore County's Department of Health and Human Services.

Baltimore City, which is responsible for the municipal water system, reports that a 12-inch main is broken at Wilson Point Road and Alder Drive.

 

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UPDATE (June 27, 2016  12:15 p.m.):

York Road in Hunt Valley has been repaired and re-opened.

UPDATE (June 21, 2016  7:47 p.m.):

The restoration of the road surface after the water main break on York Road in Hunt Valley will begin tomorrow. The damage to the roadway is significant and the restoration is expected to take several days.

Water service is expected to be restored to the Loveton area by morning. Residents having questions about their water service should contact the Baltimore City Water Department at 410-396-5532. The Baltimore City Water Department has been putting out updates via their Twitter account ( @baltimoredpw ).

Updates will also be sent by Baltimore County out via Twitter via @BACOEmergency.

Water is still available at Baltimore County Fire Station 17 at 9835 York Road 21030 (Next to Target). Residents need to bring their own containers to fill from a hose on the parking lot side of the building.

Original release (June 21, 2016  11:52 a.m.):

Baltimore County Government continues to monitor the status of the repairs to the water main break on York Road in Hunt Valley. The repairs are being made by the Baltimore City Water Department, which is responsible for the water main. Questions about those repairs should be made to the Baltimore City Water Department at 410-396-5352.

Residents affected by the water main break who are in need of potable water can bring their own containers to Baltimore County's Texas Fire Station #17, located at 9835 York Road in Cockeysville.  An unattended hose located on the parking lot side of the station may be used by citizens.

Additional updates will be provided as the situation evolves.

 
 
Revised June 27, 2017