Emergency Outage – Portion Belize City

Emergency Outage – Portion Belize City

Wednesday, November 2 from 9:00AM to 10:00AM

Affected areas: Portion of Belize City which includes portion of Lake Independence area: Mahogany Street from Lakespur Avenue to La Croix Boulevard, Rose Lane, Partridge Street from Mahogany Street to Banak Road, Vernon Street from Partridge Street to Cemetery Road, Vernon Street Extension, Croton Lane, Fern Lane, Marigold Lane, Jasmine Street, Heart Street, Scaber Street, Tibruce Street, Aloe Vera Street, Ring Road, Flamboyant Street, Casuarina Street, Hibiscus Street, Black Orchid Street, Poinsetta Street, Periwinkle Street, Red Bell Street, Western Avenue, Police Street, Sunflower Street, Complex Avenue from Gordon Street to Police Street and portion La Croix Boulevard at intersection with Police Street. Electric Avenue, Stann Avenue, Gordon Street, Canondale Street, Hyde Street, Raleigh Street, Jones Avenue, Diego Street, Balan Street, Riverside Street, McKay Boulevard, McKenzie Street, Complex Avenue from McKenzie Street to Riverside Street, Brown Street, Estell Street, Giles Street, Raleigh Street, Gonzales Street, Cumberbatch Street, Park Street, La Croix Boulevard from Mahogany Street to Riverside Street, Gladden Street and Crown Street.

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