Detroit Water Board building shut for emergency repairs
Detroit — The Detroit Water Board building is closed Wednesday to repair damage caused by two water main breaks, officials said.
The building, at 735 Randolph St., was shut down for emergency remains after main breaks surrounding the building caused water to leak into the basement. Officials said power to the facility was to be cut off to expedite the repair work. The offices are expected to reopen Thursday.
The Customer Care center also is closed, but two other Detroit Water and Sewerage Department locations remain open until 5 p.m.
The facilities include the Eastside Customer Care Center, 13303 E. McNichols, and Westside Customer Care Center, 15600 Grand River Ave., both in Detroit.
In addition, customers can call the automated phone system at (313) 267-8000.