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Search Results | Arlington Heights Fire Hydrant Flushing

Arlington Heights Fire Hydrant Flushing April 25 through May 6, 2016

Fire hydrant flushing is scheduled to start on April 25 and will run through May 6. Each year, the Village of Arlington Heights Public Works Staff operates, flushes, and maintains 3,300 public and 850 private fire hydrants. The personnel generally work in consecutive 12 hour shifts to rapidly facilitate this event with minimal inconvenience to […]

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Arlington Heights Hydrant Flushing Program — April 27 through May 8 with Map Zones

The Village of Arlington Heights will begin hydrant flushing on Monday, April 27, at 12:01 a.m. and continues 24 hours a day for approximately 10 days. There will be no hydrant flushing on Saturday or Sunday. If necessary, hydrant flushing may be extended until May 8. Various neighborhoods in the Village will be affected on […]

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Weak on Security: Emergency Alerts from Village Don’t Specify They’re Officially from Arlington Heights

Arlington Heights sent out a mass notification to residents and citizens that have signed up for their Mass Notification System from Everbridge today. The system, which is specified to send out important messages regarding natural disasters, missing persons and other crises affecting the community, today alerted subscribers that this day wasn’t the day to take […]

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Strong Smell of Natural Gas Elk Grove Village, Mount Prospect, Southern Arlington Heights

Elk Grove Village police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 8:46 p.m. Monday to a report of a strong smell of natural gas just north of the intersection of Arlington Heights Road and Higgin Road. Firefighters discovered that NICOR was “blowing down” a main gas line near the intersection of Cosman and Winston in Elk Grove Village. […]

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Power Outage, Hydrant Flushing Cause Minor Trouble in the Lively Blvd and Greenleaf Area of Elk Grove Village

Elk Grove village police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 2:45 p.m. Saturday to numerous alarms and traffic problems related to a power outage in the area of Lively Boulevard and Greenleaf Avenue. Hydrant flushing also caused water pressure fluctuations in the area that set off fire alarms and water flow fire alarms.

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Flushing with Fire Hydrant Water: Natural Gas Smell Reported Is Likely Hydrogen Sulfide Odor from Dry Deep Tunnel

Arlington Heights Public Works Department flushing water into deep tunnel on Miner Street. Arlington Heights police, firefighters and public works officials responded just before 1:00 PM Friday to multiple odor investigations in the area surrounding Euclid Avenue and Arlington Heights Road and southeast toward Kensington Road and Gibbons. The odor was determined to be hydrogen […]

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Deep Tunnel Gas Odor Reports Continue, This Time Near Mariano’s, Kensington & Dryden

Arlington Heights police and firefighters responded about 7:15 PM Saturday to a report of a gas odor in the area of Mariono’s and Kensington and Dryden. Although people were reporting the smell as a natural gas odor, firefighters reported the odor as gas odor coming from dry conditions in deep tunnels that are used for […]

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