Low water pressure expected for two weeks in southwest Houston

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Southwest Houston residents could experience low water pressure for two weeks, starting Monday (KTRK)

A project is set to start today that could cause folks to experience low water pressure in southwest Houston for as long as two weeks.

The affected area stretches from Highway 288 to I-10 to outside the Beltway.

The city is installing new water valves at the Southwest Water Pump Station, which requires them to shut down a massive 66-inch water main along Richmond Avenue.

The city says that work should not impact water service or quality, but residents in southwest Houston may notice lower than usual water pressure.

The water pressure will be back to normal by Monday, Dec. 18.



The following zip codes could be impacted:
77004
77005
77006
77007
77019
77021
77024
77025
77027
77030

77031
77035
77036
77042
77043
77045
77046
77051
77054
77055
77056
77057
77063

77071
77072
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77077
77079
77081
77082
77083
77085
77096
77098
77099
77401

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