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Pasay, Las Piñas, P’que, Cavite to go dry from Tuesday to Friday

... Water service interruption scheduled in selected areas from 14 up to 28 hours


CUSTOMERS of Maynilad Water Services Inc. in some parts of the cities of Pasay, Las Piñas, Parañaque as well as Cavite should expect service interruptions of 14 hours to 28 hours from Tuesday to Friday.

According to a Maynilad  statement, a flood control project of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) will cause rotating service interruptions from March 31 to April 3.


“Designed to address the perennial flooding in Manila, the DPWH project involves the construction of an interceptor drainage box culvert (DBC) along Blumentritt Street,” the company said in a statement.

Maynilad explained that the DBC would cross the company’s pipe at the corner of Juan Luna and Hermosa streets. This means that the Maynilad pipe needs to be realigned to allow the DPWH to work on its project.


“(We need) 72 hours to drain, realign and energize its affected water pipe because it is a 2,200-millimeter primary line, about seven feet in diameter,” Maynilad said.

The company said that, in anticipation of the DPWH project, it had previously laid a 1,500-mm (about six feet) bypass line through which water supply would continue to flow during the adjustment to the primary line.

“The DPWH allowed Maynilad to undertake its pipe realignment activity over the Holy Week when fewer customers are expected to be home, to lessen the impact of the service interruptions on water consumers,” it said.

Maynilad has added that around 24 roving water tankers will be on standby to serve areas that will experience prolonged interrupted supply.

Worst affected are customers in Las Piñas, particularly those in the barangay (villages) of Daniel Fajardo, Elias Aldana, Ilaya, Manuyo Uno and Manuyo Dos.

Likewise with some parts of Parañaque City, where services in these areas will be interrupted for 28 hours from 2 p.m. of March 31 to 6 p.m. of April 1.

Other affected areas are slated for service interruptions that are scheduled to last for 14 hours or 18 hours.


The complete list:

28-hour service interruption (March 31 to April 1)

  1. Las Piñas City (March 31 2:00 p.m.; April 1 6:00 p.m.)

Barangay: D. Fajardo, E. Aldana, Ilaya, Manuyo Uno and Manuyo Dos

  1. Parañaque City (March 31 2:00 p.m.; April 1 6:00 p.m.)

Barangay: Don Galo, La Huerta, Sto. Niño, San Dionisio (Villanueva Village, Gatchalian Subdivision, Bernabe I-II Subdivision, Olivares Compound, Avida Condominium-Sucat), Moonwalk (Area along Daang Batang St., Fast Track St., E. Rodriguez Ave., Las Casas Subdivision, San Agustin Village, Valenzuela Compound, Halik Alon Compound, Multinational Village, Riverside Multinational), BF Homes (BF Crab Enclave, BF Northwest, BF Solano, Sector 10 Enclave (Kabayanihan), Tia Maria, BF Thai, BF International, Southville International School area, BF Mariposa Subdivision), San Isidro (Dela Cruz Compound; Simplicio Cruz Compound; Clarmentina Village; Sandiville Subdivision; Fortunata Village; Silverio Compound; Gatchalian Subdivision area; Multinational Village; San Antonio Valley 2, 6, 13, 14 & 15; Topland Subdivision area, Guerrero Compound, Sitio Nazareth area,Mihara Homes Subdivision, Lopez Village, Vitalez Compound, Dr. F.C. Santos Compound, Justina Village, UPS-5 area, San Dionisio Village; Villa Lourdes Compound; Salvador Estate)


14-hour service interruption (April 1 to April 2)

  1. Pasay City (From April 1 12:00 noon to April 2 2:00 a.m.)

Barangay: Brgy. 201

  1. Parañaque City (From April 1 12:00 noon to April 2 2:00 a.m.)

Barangay: Merville (Merville Subdivision, Buenavida Subdivision, Molave Park Village, Greenvale Subdivision), Marcelo, San Antonio (San Antonio Valley 1, 5, 8, 9 & 10; Hernandez Ave. area, Malacañang Village, Don Aguedo Homes, Remmanville Subdivision, Annex 38 / Malacañang Dulo area, Jestra Village, Camella Homes, Barangay Village, Sitio San Roque, Welcome Village), Moonwalk (Mariano Centerpoint Subdivision, Moonwalk Village Phase 3, Isabelle Garden Villas, Moonwalk Village II–RHOMVI, area along E. Rodriguez Ave., Milkyway St. area, Bricktown Subdivision, Kaingin Road area, Sitio Libjo, Moonwalk Village–Phase 1 Moonwalk Residents Association, Inc., South Green Park), San Isidro (Greenheights Subdivision)

18-hour service interruption (April 2)

  1. Parañaque City ( From April 2 12:00 midnight to April 2 6:00 p.m.)

Barangay: BF Homes (Sampaloc Site II, BF Phase East Phase 6, Teoville Subdivision area, Maywood Village I, BF Mayuga area, BF Agelor Triangle area, BF Classic Homes, BF New South Homeowners Association, Ireneville Subdivision, BF Phase 6A, Sinagtala Village area, Batac St. area, Tahanan Village Subdivision, Ipil Ville, Target 1–4, Clinic Ville, BF Harp, BF Manresa, BF Central, Tirona North Enclave, BF Crab Enclave, area along Adelita Chioco St., Sector 10 Enclave (Kabayanihan), Masville area, South Bay Homes, Estrada Compound area, Goodwill 3 Subdivision, area along Sucat Road/Goodwill 2 Subdivision), San Antonio (area along Sucat Road at Sarroca Compound, Fourth Estate Subdivision, Soreena Ave., Garcia Heights, Meliton Espiritu Compound, Mon-El Subdivision)

18-hour service interruption (April 2 to April 3)

  1. Noveleta, Cavite (From April 2 12:00 noon to April 3 6:00 a.m.)

Barangay: Magdiwang, Poblacion, Salcedo I & II, San Rafael I, II, & III, San Juan I & II, Sta. Rosa I, Areas along M. Salud Road

  1. Cavite City (from April 2 12:00 noon to April 3 6:00 a.m.)

All barangays

  1. Rosario, Cavite ( From April 3 12 midnight to April 3 2:00 p.m.)

Barangay: Rosario Water System, Kanluran, Muzon II, Poblacion, Sapa III, Silangan I & II, Wawa II & III

14-hour service interruption (April 3)

  1. Las Piñas City (From April 3 12 midnight to April 3 2:00 p.m.)

Barangay: Manuyo Uno, Manuyo Dos, Pamplona Uno, Pamplona Dos, Pamplona Tres, Pulang Lupa Uno, Pulang Lupa Dos and Zapote.

“To minimize inconvenience, Maynilad is appealing to its customers to store enough water for the duration of the interruption,” Maynilad said. “Those with existing overhead tanks are also advised to clean them first before using them to store water.” SFM/AC

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