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St. George, Virgin River Area Being Asked to Conserve Water

St. George, Virgin River Area Being Asked to Conserve Water



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(KSL News) People and businesses in St. George, south and west of the Virgin River, are being asked to conserve water until Thursday.

City officials are asking people not to use any water for irrigation or other outdoor water uses.

St. George, Virgin River Area Being Asked to Conserve Water

The areas affected include Sun River, Bloomington Hills, Bloomington Ranches and Country Club, Little Valley and the Fort Pierce Industrial Park area.

Water Services Department crews are making improvements to the culinary water system. They should be complete by Wednesday night.

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