29 April 2022
Rand Water tie-in (F46 pipeline to existing F34 pipeline)
Johannesburg Water wishes to inform residents of Rand Water planned shutdown for a tie- in of the newly installed F46 pipeline to the existing F34 pipeline from 11 to 12 May 2022.
The following Rand Water feeds will be affected:
• Corriemoor reservoir
• Cornelius Street
• Weltevreden High pressure
• Weltevreden high pressure bypass
• Honeydew Reservoir
Honeydew Reservoir zone:
Parts of the following areas will be affected: Boskruin, Bromhof, Cosmo City, Honeypark, Kevin Ridge, Kya Sands, Laserpark, Noordhang, Northgate, Northriding, Northwold, Sundowner and Zandspruit. Kindly also note that the Honeydew Reservoir and Tower and the Corriemoor Reservoir will have no supply during the period. Customers are urged to use water sparingly and only for essential purposes. Should levels be reduced, the following areas will be affected: Honeydew, Honeydew Manor, Laserpark, Northriding, Randparkrif, Zandspruit.
More areas that will be affected during the outage:
Allensnek, Amorosa, Berario, Blackheath, Boskruin, Bromhof, Cosmo City, Fairlands, Honeypark, Kevin Ridge, Kya Sands, Laserpark , Little Falls, Northcliff , Noordhang, Northgate, Northriding, Northwold, Panorama, Poortview, Quellerina, Radiokop, Randparkrif, Ruimsig, Sundowner, Strubensvalley, Tres Jolie, Valeriedene Weltevreden Park, Willowbrook, Zandspruit.
The network recovery is estimated to take up to 48 hours and arrangements for alternate water supply for sensitive customers will be advised. Customers are requested to store water for consumption during the outage and recovery period. Johannesburg Water apologises to customers for the inconvenience caused.