NOBLESVILLE — A major water main break Sunday afternoon in Hamilton County is impacting some people in Noblesville and Westfield.
The water main break, which was reported between State Road 34 and East 146th Street, is causing some residents to have low or no water pressure, according to a tweet from the City of Noblesville.
Those who are in the impacted area should not use the water, according to the tweet.
There is a major water main break in western #Noblesville & the @CityofWestfield causing low water pressure & in some areas, no water. Those in the affected area are asked to refrain from using water until further notice. The water utility is working to resolve the problem. pic.twitter.com/N0BLTWKBEa
— City Of Noblesville (@NoblesvilleIN) September 29, 2019
Repairs to the water main break are expected to be completed on Monday morning, Dan Considine, manager of strategic community for Citizens Energy said.
The cause of the break in the 24 inch water main near 156th Street and Gray Road is still unknown, Considine said.
The City of Westfield says Citizens Energy is aware of the issue.
There is a water main break impacting areas including Oak Manor and Bridgewater. Citizens Energy is aware. We will send along any information as it becomes available.
— Westfield, Indiana (@CityofWestfield) September 29, 2019</blockquote>
Hamilton County Emergency Management is asking people not to call 911 to report issues, as they are already aware of the problem.