On Tuesday, Bryan's Water Services will have crews begin constructing the water supply upgrade system. Although it is expected that partial water production capabilities will be restored within 12 hours, the entire project may extend through the weekend.
In order to complete project, Bryan's water production facilities must be taken offline. Once this happens, Bryan's available water sources will be limited and if needed, the City of College Station will share its water.
To ensure system demand does not exceed those limited resources, Bryan residents are encouraged to conserve water during this timeframe.
The City of Bryan announced the water upgrade project earlier this month, but due to the weather the construction was postponed.
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