DOW urges Kalaheo residents to save water

KALAHEO – The Department of Water has issued an immediate water conservation request for Kalaheo residents until further notice, due to a fallen tree that has affected the powerline to the area’s well site. 

Residents and businesses are asked to limit water consumption to essential uses only to avoid a water outage. 

A timeline of repairs is unknown at this moment. Kalaheo residents should continue water conservation measures until the request is lifted. 

Essential water uses include cooking, bathing and toilet flushing. Water conservation measures include refraining from car washing, turning off automatic outdoor irrigation and sprinkler systems, and using water wisely both indoors and outdoors. 


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