Update 4:47 p.m.: Water has been restored at Courthouse Road and it will reopen shortly, Town spokeswoman Kirstyn Barr said.
The intersection of Circle Drive and Harmony is limited to one lane while repairs are being made.
Update 4:34 p.m.: Town spokeswoman Kirstyn Barr said the area surrounding one of three water breaks Tuesday has been reopened, but crews were continuing to repair the two remaining breaks in southeast Vienna.
Water service has been restored at Apple Blossom Court, and the road there is reopened, Barr said.
Crews are still making repairs at Courthouse Road and at the intersection of Circle and Harmony.
Update 11:43 a.m.: Residents Without Water As Crews Repair Lines Day care shuts down, several roads closed as crews repair three water main breaks Tuesday in southeast, southwest Vienna
Residents are still without water Tuesday as town crews hustle to repair three water main breaks across southeast and southwest Vienna.
A "road closed" sign and detour arrows stood in the road outside Vienna Tiny Tots Village, a preschool and daycare center at Courthouse Road and Cherry Street.
An employee at the daycare said they were still without water, and were shutting down for the day. Employees were calling parents to come pick up their children, she said.
Original 9:14 a.m.: Water Main Breaks Close Several Roads
Town of Vienna crews are on site repairing three broken water mains Tuesday morning, marking the fifth, sixth and seventh breaks across town in the past week.
Repairs are underway to broken water mains at 214 Apple Blossom Ct., 205 Courthouse Rd. and the intersection of Circle and Harmony Drives SE, according to town alerts.
Several roads will be closed while repairs are underway, including
- Courthouse Road from Locust to Cherry Streets
- the 200 block of Apple Blossom Court
- the intersection of Circle Drive and Harmony
Water service will be interrupted for some residents while repairs are made, according to the town alert.
Center Street from Church Street to Ayrhill Road is also closed due to downed power lines caused by a falling tree.
The series of breaks began last Wednesday, when a water main break shut down Hill Top Road NE and left residents without water on the first of several consecutive days of record heat across the region.
The second was reported on Saturday, when Kingsley Road between Nutley Street and Meadow Lane was closed for several hours as crews made repairs.
On Sunday, town crews made repairs on Glyndon Street NE, shutting down the roadat its intersection with John Marshall Drive.
On Monday, Battle Street was closed between Birch and Plum Streets SW as crews repaired a water main break.
Patch will update this story as more information becomes available.