The City of Aiken Engineering and Utilities Department reports that contractor Holiday Service continues to perform hydrant flushing and flow tests. This phase will service our hydrant network. A list of impacted streets is provided below.

If you observe water running from a hydrant in this area, please do not tamper with the hydrant, as this will cause unnecessary interruption to and delay of this critical service. Hydrant flushing is necessary to test the hydrants to ensure adequate flow and pressure are available. Flushing is also done to remove sediment from the pipes to maintain water clarity and quality in the distribution pipes.

Occasionally, water becomes discolored after hydrant flushing. If this happens, run your cold water tap for a few minutes until the water clears. If it doesn’t clear the first time, wait a few minutes and run the water again. You should avoid washing clothes until the water clears. is a helpful resource for those experiencing water discoloration. If water discoloration persists or you have questions or concerns about this process, don’t hesitate to contact 24/7 phone at 803-642-7629.


4/25/22 UPDATE:


Affected Streets and Roads

Steeplechase Rd

Silver Meadows Ct

Sterling Grove Cir

Quiet Oak Ct

Rock Maple Ct

Commonwealth Way

Anderson Mill Rd

Twin Ponds Ln

Highland Reserve Ct

Foxhound Run Rd

Birdie Ln

Spaulding Bridge Rd

Bridge Crest Ct

Crescent Pl

Sea Grass Rd

Runs Creek Way

Reserve Club Dr

Gate Post Ln

Coach Light Way Society Hill Dr

Howerton Alley

Tremont Dr

Old Market Pl

Village Green Blvd

Woodside Plantation Dr

Sassafras Rd

Laurel Oak Dr

Red Oak Ln

Chinkapin Ct

Live Oak Rd

Yellow Pine Rd

Holley Lake Rd

Hemlock Dr

Dewberry Ln

Magnolia Lake Rd

Magnolia Lake Ct

Willow Lake Dr

Scotch Pine Ct

Juniper Loop

Boxwood Rd