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LIST: Areas affected by Manila Water service interruption on June 2-3

Ralf Rivas
Manila Water will be cutting and plugging its old 500-mm mainline along Ortigas Avenue near EDSA in Barangay Ugong Norte, Quezon City, to prevent further leaks and breakages

At least 110,000 households and establishments in Metro Manila will experience water service interruption on Wednesday, June 2, and Thursday, June 3, as East Zone concessionaire Manila Water will conduct pipe works.

Manila Water said on Monday, May 31, that it will be cutting and plugging its old 500-mm mainline along Ortigas Avenue near EDSA in Barangay Ugong Norte, Quezon City, to prevent further leaks and breakages in the area.

This will result in 10 hours of no water supply for almost 500,000 people in 110,335 households and businesses in 39 barangays in Mandaluyong City, San Juan City, Quezon City, and Pasig City, beginning Wednesday at 11 pm until 9 am on Thursday.

These are the affected barangays:

Mandaluyong City
  • Highway Hills
  • Barangka Ilaya
  • Buayang Bato
  • Barangka Itaas
  • Malamig
  • Addition Hills
  • Wack-Wack East
  • Greenhills
  • Mauway
  • Barangka Drive
  • Barangka Ibaba
  • Pleasant Hills
  • Plainview
  • Hulo
  • Hagdang Bato Itaas
  • Hagdang Bato Libis
  • San Jose
San Juan City
  • Corazon de Jesus
  • West Crame
  • Onse
  • Maytunas
  • Santa Lucia
  • Saint Joseph
  • Isabelita
  • Little Baguio
  • Greenhills
  • Addition Hills
Quezon City
  • Ugong Norte
  • Kaunlaran
  • San Martin de Porres
  • Bagong Lipunan ng Crame
  • Pinagkaisahan
  • Horseshoe
  • Immaculate Conception
  • Valencia
Pasig City
  • Oranbo
  • Bagong Ilog
  • Parts of San Antonio
  • Parts of Kapitolyo
  • Parts of Ugong

Manila Water advised affected customers to store water just good enough for their needs during the interruption.

After service is restored, customers must wait a few minutes for flushing before using the water from their taps. – Rappler.com

Ralf Rivas

A sociologist by heart, a journalist by profession. Ralf is Rappler's business reporter, covering macroeconomy, government finance, companies, and agriculture.