JAMES CITY COUNTY — The James City Service Authority (JCSA) has announced that construction on a broken water main has been completed.
This past spring, JCSA announced that a water main broke along Route 5 near Powhatan Creek, with repairs starting on June 14. This prompted JCSA to issue a voluntary water conservation policy for residents of James City County.
Throughout the summer, repairs continued to the water main, causing lane closures along Route 5. Due to measures taken by JCSA, water service was not interrupted for county residents.
With repairs completed this past Weds. (Aug. 18), the voluntary water conservation measure has ended.