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Riviera Mobile Home Estates, Eagle, ID - (June 5)

No Gas Service within the park.

Service will not be restored until:

 1.Flood waters have receded

 2.Conditions are deemed safe to allow personnel access

 3.Upon restoration of power, Intermountain Gas will begin inspection of gas risers and meters

 4.Water needs to be on if the customer has a natural gas water heater before service will be restored

 5.Customer’s need to have their house piping pressure tested to verify no leaks are present on their gas piping system by a qualified contractor

 

South Artesian Road, Eagle, ID - (June 5)

IGC personnel are monitoring flood water conditions on S. Artesian Road.

We currently have safe access to our facilities and our facilities are safe at this time

Service may be interrupted if conditions change preventing safe access to our facilities or if flood waters increase jeopardizing our equipment.



South Hidden Place, ​​Eagle, I​D - (June 5)

IGC personnel are monitoring flood water conditions on S. Hidden Island Place.

We currently have safe access to our facilities and our facilities are safe on this street at this time

In addition to South Hidden Island Place, IGC personnel are monitoring water levels and access to our equipment on East Riversong Drive, South Water Leaf Avenue and East Riverchase Way

Service may be interrupted if conditions change preventing safe access to our facilities or if flood waters increase jeopardizing our equipment

 

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If Conditions Change: 

  • IGC personnel will continue to monitor the areas of concern
  • We will continue to update our website with the latest information
  • We will continue to partner with the Ada County Emergency Management office
  • For additional emergency management information visit www.adacounty.id.gov
  • If you live in the affected area, please insure we have current contact information to enable coordination of restoring service
  • IGC will reach out to our customers that will lose service via telephone

IF SERVICE IS INTERRUPTED, Service will be restored when the following conditions exist:

  1. Flood waters have receded
  2. Conditions are deemed safe to allow personnel access
  3. Upon restoration of power, Intermountain Gas will begin inspection of gas risers and meters
  4. Water needs to be on if the customer has a natural gas water heater before service will be restored
  5. Customer’s need to have their house piping pressure tested to verify no leaks are present on their gas piping system by a qualified contractor