La Marque water customers on Laurel Street from Pecan Road to Ross Street and on Holly Street from Highway 3 to Howell Avenue may experience low water pressure or intermittent water loss for the next 24 hours.
La Marque, Texas (March 21, 2017) – La Marque water customers on Laurel Street from Pecan Road to Ross Street and on Holly Street from Highway 3 to Howell Avenue may experience low water pressure or intermittent water loss for the next 24 hours. Efforts are being made to reduce impact to citizens during evening and early morning hours.
La Marque Public Services Department detected a leak at the intersection of Laurel Street and Holly Street. To repair the line, four new valves will be installed. Teams will work on the line until 5:00 p.m. today, Tuesday, March 21, 2017. Work will then cease to ensure citizens have water service overnight.
Beginning at 8:00 a.m., Wednesday, March 22, 2017, crews will begin the process of replacing four damaged valves. The City’s goal is to fully restore water service by tomorrow at 5:00 p.m. Updates will be available on the City’s website. For information, visit cityoflamarque.org or call 409-938-9255.
About the City of La Marque: The City of La Marque is in Galveston County approximately 15 miles from the southern city limit of Houston and four miles north of Galveston Island. La Marque has an estimated population of 16,000 and an area of 14.25 square miles. Citizens enjoy coastal living with the security of a hurricane protection levee system. The city provides a wide range of programs including Bayou Fest, an annual community concert and BBQ Cook Off. City of La Marque boasts easy access to world-class medical, travel and entertainment options. For business, La Marque offers developmental incentives, an abundance of commercial property and build-to-suit opportunities. La Marque is the Gateway to the Gulf. Discover the possibilities at www.cityoflamarque.org.