(UPDATE 8/6/2022 10:00 P.M.)— Crews tell NewsChannel 9 the valves have been turned back on, and residents should be getting water.

The Syracuse Water department recommends residents turn on their cold water for about 45 minutes, and if water isn’t coming out of the faucet within that time, to call them at (315) 473-2860.

(UPDATE 8/6/2022 12:35 p.m.) — Crews tell NewsChannel 9 that the new pipe is in and they expect it to be fully repaired around 4 p.m.

(UPDATE 8/6/2022 10:30 a.m.) — The Syracuse Department of Public Works says they are still hard at work fixing the main water break on North Geddes Street and Erie Blvd West.

Traffic still remains closed at this time.

If you are in need of emergency water services, please call 211.

(WSYR-TV) — The City of Syracuse says it’s a massive clean-up for Syracuse’s Department of Public Works as they fix a 24-inch citywide main water break at North Geddes Street and Erie Blvd West on Friday, August 5.

According to the City of Syracuse, some residents are without water, while others may experience reduced pressure.

Traffic is closed on North Geddes Street between Erie Blvd West and Richmond Ave while crews fix the break.

If you are in need of emergency water services, call 211.