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EARLY DETECTION OF FROZEN WATER LINES SAVES TIME AND REDUCES COSTS

EARLY DETECTION OF FROZEN WATER LINES SAVES TIME AND REDUCES COSTS
The City would like to remind home owners that they are responsible for monitoring their homes for any sign of frozen water pipes, and to notify the City’s Public Works and Engineering Department as soon as possible. For rental units, residents are asked to let their landlord know of any issue regarding frozen pipes.

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REMINDER TO REPORT WATER ISSUES/PREPARING FOR WATER EMERGENCIES

 

REMINDER TO REPORT WATER ISSUES/PREPARING FOR WATER EMERGENCIES

The City would like to remind residents to please notify the Department of Public Works and Engineering immediately for any issues regarding loss of water or frozen pipes at their residence. Early notification will help to quickly address the issue.

To report an issue, please contact the City at the following information:

Public Works and Engineering

s.avery@city.iqaluit.nu.ca

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REVISED DATE: INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS AT ASTRO-HILL COMPLEX CONTINUE - ACCESS ROAD NOT ACCESSIBLE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10

INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS AT ASTRO-HILL COMPLEX CONTINUE - ACCESS ROAD NOT ACCESSIBLE
Alternative parking required for AstroHill Tenants and Brown Building Employees
The City is advising residents and guests at the Astro-Hill Complex, which includes the Eight- Storey and Six-Storey apartment buildings, the W.G. Brown Building, as well as the Frobisher Inn Hotel, that in order to continue repairs to the main water system, the access road to this complex is being excavated and will not be accessible starting SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2019.

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TIPS TO HELP PREPARE FOR A SEVERE WEATHER EVENT

TIPS TO HELP PREPARE FOR A SEVERE WEATHER EVENT
To assist in better preparing yourself, and your property, for a severe weather event, the City is recommending that citizens review the attached information sheet on how to prepare for a severe winter storm at the link below:
http://www.city.iqaluit.nu.ca/sites/default/files/severe_winter_storm_-_...
In the event of any service disruption, the City will issue a public service announcement to advise residents.

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CITY LAUNCHES NEW BUSINESS LICENCE ON-LINE SYSTEM

CITY LAUNCHES NEW BUSINESS LICENCE ON-LINE SYSTEM
 The City is pleased to announce the launch of a new on-line business licence system, which will make business licence applications and renewals easier to complete and process.
This online system, developed with feedback from the Iqaluit business community, is designed to enhance security and convenience. The new system will enable business owners to:
 Complete applications online;
 Choose to pay online immediately or pay at City Hall; and

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PLEASE ADJUST DRIVING TO ROAD CONDITIONS

PLEASE ADJUST DRIVING TO ROAD CONDITIONS
The City would like to remind residents to monitor weather conditions, and adjust driving to road conditions.
During the spring, roads can become icy, and are more slippery to drive on. Residents are asked to lower their speed as well as allow for at least one car length between vehicles. Snow tires would also assist with traction.
The City continues to monitor road conditions, and will sand affected areas as required.
Please use caution, and drive carefully and appropriately for current road conditions.

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