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(San Juan, PR) -Elí Díaz Atienza, president of the Aqueduct and Sewer Authority (AAA), presented the proposed plan to alternate the water service to subscribers who use the Guajataca reservoir, during a meeting with municipal executives of the northwest carried out today Thursday, February 14, 2019.


The meeting was attended by the mayor of Moca, José “Kiko” Avilés, the mayor of the municipality of Camuy, Edwin García and representatives of the municipalities of Aguada, Aguadilla, Isabela, Rincón and Quebradillas.


“During the meeting with the mayors and representatives, we explained the proposed interruption plan and collected their supplies for the benefit of the citizens,” said Díaz Atienza.

Among the agreements, they established as a new date to start alternating the service, on Friday, February 22, 2019. This will allow a few additional days of coordination with the critical services in the area. In addition, staff from the AAA and the municipalities discussed the location of the oasis trucks.


“In the municipalities of the western region, Rincon, Aguada, Aguadilla, Moca, and Isabela, the service will be alternating between different neighborhoods of each municipality every 24 hours. We considered lower schedules but we could affect the more remote areas. With these 24 hours, we provide a reasonable time to guarantee service to all customers in the area. ”



Starting at 10:00 on the night of Friday, February 22, 2019, the service interruption will begin for the subscribers residing in the neighborhoods of Zone A; and from 10:00 on the night of Saturday, February 23, 2019, for the subscribers residing in the neighborhoods of Zone B.



Aguada- Neighborhoods: Asomante, Atalaya, Carrizal, Casco Urbano, Espinal, Guanábano, Guaniquilla, Guayabo, Jagüey, Cruces, Laguna, Malpaso, Mamey, Naranjo, Piedras Blancas, Rio Grande, sectors in PR 4417 and PR 417 in Marías neighborhood .

Aguadilla- Barrios: Avocado, Mountain, Ceiba Alta, Guerrero, Ceiba Baja, Caimital Alto, Caimital Bajo, Corrales, Arenales, Martinique del Bo sector. High weeds.

Isabela- Neighborhoods: Jobos, Bajura, Bejucos, Guayabos, urban area, sectors in the northern area of PR-212 Bo. Mora, and sectors in PR-466 and PR-472 of Bo. Guerrero de Isabela.

Moca- Neighborhoods and Olives

Corner- Barrio Puntas



Aguada- Sectors in the PR- 4417 del Bo. Mamey and sectors in the PR-110 of Bo. Marias

Aguadilla- Barrios: Borinquen, Camaseyes, Low brush, High brush, Victoria, urban helmet and Ramey base.

Isabela- Barrios: Arenales Altos, Arenales Bajos, Coto, Galateo Bajo, Galateo Alto, Guerrero, Llanadas, Mora.

Moca- Districts: Capá, Center, Urban Center, Cross, Blades, Marías, Naranjo, Pueblo, Voladoras, Rocha.

“We exhort our clients that they are pending to the AAA for the information related to the itinerary of service in the municipalities that use the Guajataca reservoir,” said Díaz Atienza.


The AAA recommends to the subscribers the prudent use of water during this period of low rainfall, and to follow the advice of saving water for the conservation of the resource.


For more information, subscribers can contact the Customer Service Telephone Center at (787) 620- 2482 or access the Internet portal www.acueductospr.com. Also through the social networks Twitter and Facebook: @Acueductospr.