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Over 500,000 People in San Jose and Cartago Will Have No Water This Weekend

Costa Rica News – If you need to shower in the places listed below then you will need to do it before noon and after about 6 am. This means that all those going out partying probably will not smell very good this weekend after waking up after noon and realizing that they have no way to bathe.

Over 500,000 people living in San José and Cartago will be without water on Saturday and Sunday.

According to the Institute of Aqueducts (AyA), suspension in supply is due to work on the water intake of the Rio Macho hydropower plant by the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE).

According to a release, the suspension will be Saturday at noon to 6 am on Sunday. On Sunday, water will be turned off at noon until return at 5 am Monday.

The districts affected are:

In San José: San Francisco de Dos Ríos, Zapote, Barrio Córdoba, Quesada Durán, Barrio Luján, Carit, Plaza González Víquez, Vasconia, Jardines de Cascajal, Naciones Unidas, Barrio La Cruz, Morazán, Amón, Bella Vista, Los Yoses, Escalante, Francisco Peralta, Los Ángeles y the rest of the center of the city.

In Cartago: Santiago del Monte, La Jeny, La Eulalia, Omega y Sofía, Montúfar, Florencio del Castillo, Don Efraín, Villas de Ayarco, La Itaba, La Mariana, Paso Real, San Marino, La Araucaria, La Flor y Llanos de Concepción, Calle La Cabuya, Condominio Hacienda Imperial, La Floresta, Barlovento, Colinas de Montealegre.

In Curridabat: centro, Tirrases, La Ponderosa, Miravalles, Hacienda Vieja, La Lía, Lomas de Ayarco, Lomas del Sol, Granadilla Norte, Altamonte, Bosques de Altamonte, Montañas Rusas, Lomas de Granadilla, Granadilla Sur, La Colina, Barrio San José, Urb. Los Tulipanes , Miramontes, La Troja, Santa Cecilia, Guayabos, Eucaliptos, Abedules, San Ángel, Condominio Puruses, El Dorado, José María Zeledón, El Hogar, Nopalera, Los Faroles, Plaza del Sol, Biarquira, Freses, Pinares, Cipreses, La Galera, Plaza Carpintera, Condominio Gregal, Condominio Monterán.

In Desamparados: San Miguel, La Capri, Los Guido, San Antonio, Fátima, Patarrá, Dos Cercas, Porvenir, Gravilias, Centro, Metrópoli, Colonia del Sur, San Jerónimo, Loto, Monteclaro, La Florita, Calle Fallas, Damas, La Constancia, Las Rotondas, Cucubres, Cartonera, El Diamante, Villanueva, El Cruce, Calle La Guaria, Calle El Bambú, San Juan de Dios, Itaipú, Sibujú, San Rafael Abajo, Treviso, Viscaya, Sagitario, Barrio Valencia, La Gardenia.

In Montes de Oca: San Pedro, Roosevelt, La Granja, Barrio Pinto, Lourdes, Calle Siles, Vargas Araya, Monterrey, Sabanilla, Málaga, La Alhambra, San Marino, La Louisiana, Residencial Sabanilla, Los Rosales, Alma Mater, Carkena, Betania, Buenos Aires, Dent, Los Yoses,San Rafael, La Begonia, Salitrillos, La Europa, La Alameda, Alfred Nobel, Condominio Punta del Este, La Maravilla, La Españolita.

En Goicoechea: urbanización Bruncas, Tepeyac, El Carmen, Las Hortensias, Yaranaba, Jardines de La Paz, Tejares, Calle La Cruz, Purral, Kurú, Las Heliconias, Los Castores, La Esmeralda, Mozotal, Ipís, Korobó, Río Alto, Las Violetas, La Facio, Setillal, Nazareno.

En Moravia:San Blas, Jardines, Los Girasoles, Calle Barro de Olla, Alta Moravia, Saint Clare, Llama del Bosque, La Isla Alta, Las Rosas, La Trinidad.

En Coronado: centro, San Antonio, Patalillo, Dulce Nombre, Los Angeles, Villa Margarita, Cataluña y La Fabiola, El Carmen, El Rodeo, La Y Griega, Villaflores, La Esmeralda, La Calabria, San Francisco.

En Cartago:centro y cantón de Paraíso.

“It encourages people to take appropriate measures and use water properly,” said AyA. What are the odds that the water is not turned on at 5 am Monday or 6 am Sunday? It is almost a lock bet in inefficient Costa Rica. It has about the same odds of you sitting next to someone that considered spraying cologne on them a shower to cover up their BO on Saturday night.

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