Water pressure restored following main break in far south Bexar County

8 a.m. update:

Water pressure has been restored to most SAWS customers in the affected area (see map below).

SAWS crews will continue working on repairs to the damaged 8-inch water main over the next several days.

If you continue to experience water pressure issues in this area, please call 210-704-7297 and press 1 to reach the SAWS Emergency Operations Center.

Original post: Jan. 9, 9:15 p.m.

Major main break causing low water pressure in far South Bexar County

SAWS crews are responding to a major main break in far South Bexar County, generally south of Loop 1604 between Palo Alto Road and the city of Elmendorf.

Residents in the area may experience fluctuations in water pressure. Once repairs are completed, pressure will return to normal.

The map below shows the general location of the affected area. For the most recent information, view our interactive map at saws.org/outage.

Map showing affected area of major main break causing low water pressure in far South Bexar County -- Jan. 9, 2024

Note: If your water pressure does not return to normal within 24 hours, please call 210-704-7297 and press 1 to reach the SAWS Emergency Operations Center.

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