Potable water pipe temporarily shut down at marina at Lake Powell due to leak

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Courtesy National Park Service

HALLS CROSSING, Utah — A potable water pipe has been temporarily shut down at Halls Crossing Marina at Lake Powell.

Water was shut down at Halls Crossing on 4:30 p.m. Wednesday due to an underground water leak in the pipe that supplies potable water the marina.

The water will remain shut off until repairs are completed Thursday. Water is available everywhere except the marina, but bottled water may be purchased at the marina store.

The National Parks Service is working with maintenance crews from Aramark to repair the leak. The park will post updates on their alert’s page. 

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