DRAPER, Utah — The Draper City Water Department had to perform an emergency water shut-off in order to make a repair to a broken valve Tuesday.
Crews went to work around 10:45 a.m. and the job is expected to take around six hours. That means the water should be turned back on by 4:45 p.m.
Residents affected are those on and near Round Tree Land and Oak Bend Drive in Oak Vista No. 3; those on and near Seven Oaks Lane in Oak Vista No. 1 and No. 5; and those on and near Haddington Road in Stoneleigh Heights No. 2A and Edelweiss Phase 1A. The Suncrest Visitor Center may be affected as well.
The city apologized for any inconvenience, and said crews are working to make repairs as quickly as possible.