WATER SHUT-OFF NOTICE
ALL SERVICES ALONG WAIĀNUENUE AVENUE FROM RAINBOW DRIVE TO HILO HIGH
SCHOOL, INCLUDING ALL CONNECTING SIDE ROADS AND ALL OF REEDS ISLAND;
ALONG KAŪMANA DRIVE FROM AINAKO AVENUE TO WAIĀNUENUE AVENUE, INCLUDING
KAŪMANA GARDENS SUBDIVISION, ALL CONNECTING SIDE ROADS AND SUBDIVISIONS;
ALONG PUNAHELE STREET FROM KAŪMANA DRIVE TO HĀLAʻI STREET, INCLUDING
HĀLAʻI HILL AND ALL CONNECTING SIDE ROADS,
ALONG HAILI STREET FROM HĀLAʻI STREET TO KAPIʻOLANI STREET, INCLUDING ALL
CONNECTING SIDE ROADS.
ALONG KOMOHANA STREET FROM WAIĀNUENUE AVENUE TO MOHOULI STREET,
INCLUDING KOMOHANA 79, PUʻUHONU PLACE, PUʻUHONU WAY, AND KOMOHANA
ALONG PONAHAWAI STREET FROM KOMOHANA STREET TO HOMELANI CEMETERY;
ALONG KŪKŪAU STREET FROM KOMOHANA TO ILIMA LANE, INCLUDING ALL SIDE ROADS;
ALONG MOHOULI STREET FROM KOMOHANA STREET TO KUMUKOA STREET, INCLUDING
ALL SIDE ROADS; SOUTH HILO, HAWAI‘I
Water will be temporarily turned off in the above-mentioned area from 10:00 A.M to 3:00 P.M. on
SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 2018, to repair a watermain leak. Repair will be in the area of Waiānuenue Avenue
and Lele Street. Motorists are asked to drive slow and with caution in this construction area. A more detailed
map is located on our website, www.hawaiidws.org .
For the community’s use, potable water distribution spigots will be setup at the following locations;
Kaʻiulani Street near Easter Seals office and on Ainako Avenue above Lahaina Street.
Customers are encouraged to store a sufficient amount of water for basic household needs such as drinking, cooking and hygiene purposes.
Upon resumption of water service, the waterlines will be flushed and cleaned during which time you may
notice turbid and/or discolored water. You may also notice trapped air in your plumbing which will be released
as you initially use water.
Affected customers may be without water or experience low water pressure and are asked to take any and
all precautions necessary to protect the customers’ property and facilities including, but not limited to, disabling
electrical power to pumps and/or any other devices whose normal operation may be dependent on water pressure
and/or water supply, and which might be harmed if automatically energized during the water shut-off.
The Department of Water Supply regrets any inconvenience this may cause and thanks the community
for their patience and understanding. If you have any questions, please call Mr. Carl Nishimura at 961-8790.
DATE AND TIME: FROM 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. ON SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 2018
The Department of Water Supply is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.
Posted on the Internet at: www.hawaiidws.org
Hawaii Tribune-Herald: January 16 & 19, 2018