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Water rationing in Bogotá: Thursday, April 11, measures begin

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Water rationing in Bogotá: Thursday, April 11, measures begin

Starting this Thursday, April 11, restriction or rationing measures begin in the drinking water service in Bogotá and surrounding municipalities. The city will be divided into nine zones, which each day will have supply restrictions for a period of 24 continuous hours from 8:00 am to 8:00 am the next day.

The calendar will resume in zone one on Saturday the 20th and so on, the town of Usme will be the only one that will not have restrictions on the service; The District Administration will report daily the internal day consumption and the level of the reservoirs of the Chingaza system and its relationship with the curve that must be reached to reach 75% filling thereof at the end of this year.

Find out by clicking here the areas with water restrictions, days and times. Plan your consumption!

Below we explain the areas, as well as the perimeters by directions, in which the measurement will govern. The rotation by zone will be every 10 days.

For this Thursday, April 11, in 10 locations with 286 neighborhoods, the first round of restriction will govern.

Between Calle 116 and Calle 85, between Carrera 2 and Carrera 45
Between Calle 85 and Calle 53, between Carrera 7 and Carrera 45
Between Calle 85 and Calle 26, between Avenida Caracas (Carrera 14) and Carrera 68. Between Calle 26 and Calle 44Sur, between Carrera 6 and Carrera 68.

Towns of: Antonio Nariño, Barrios Unidos, Chapinero, Los Mártires, Puente Aranda, Rafael Uribe Uribe, Santa Fe, Teusaquillo, Tunjuelito and Usaquén.

For this Friday, April 12, in two locations with 311 neighborhoods and the industrial zone of the municipality of Cota, the second round of restriction will govern.

Between 24th Street and 98th Street, between Ciudad de Cali Avenue (Carrera 86) and the Bogotá River boundary.

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Between 26th Street and 95th Street, between Carrera 68 and Ciudad de Cali Avenue (Carrera 86).

Locations of: Engativá and Fontibón.

Cota industrial zone (ESP Aguas de La Sabana).

For Saturday, April 13, in three locations with 610 neighborhoods, the third round of restriction will take effect.

Between Calle 95 and Calle 201, Autopista Norte (Carrera 20) and Carrera 75.

Between Calle 127 and 170, between Carreras 75 and 91.

Locations of: Barrios Unidos, Suba and Usaquén.

For Sunday, April 14, in five locations with 593 neighborhoods, the fourth round of restriction will take effect.

Between Calle 43 Sur and Calle 92 Sur, between Avenida Ciudad de Cali (Carrera 86) and the Bogotá River.
– Between diagonal 61 South and Calle 69C Sur, between transversal 19A and Carrera 45.
– Between the southern highway and Carrera 45, between Calle 68 Sur and Diagonal 81 Sur.
– Between Avenida Ciudad Cali (Carrera 86) and Autopista Sur, between Río Tunjuelo and Carrera 77H – Between Río Tunjuelo, Avenida Boyacá and diagonal 68 South.

– Between Avenida Primero de Mayo and Autopista Sur, between Avenida Boyacá and Carrera 51.

Towns of: Bosa, Ciudad Bolívar, Kennedy, Puente Aranda and Tunjuelito.

For Monday, April 15, in five locations with 614 neighborhoods, the fifth round of restriction will take effect.

Between Río Tunjuelo and Calle 78 Sur, between Carrera 15 and Carrera 27L
Between Caracas Avenue and the eastern limit of the city, between Calle 32 South and Diagonal 67 South Between Carrera 10 Este and the Eastern limit of the city, between Diagonal 67 South and Calle 87 A South Between Diagonal 7 South and Calle 32 South, between Carrera 3 and Transversal 12 This.

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Towns of: Ciudad Bolívar, Rafael Uribe Uribe, San Cristóbal, Santa Fe and Tunjuelito.

For Tuesday, April 16 in a town with 614 neighborhoods and the municipality of Soacha, (including ESP EMAR); The sixth round of restriction will govern.

Between the Bogotá River, Carrera 92 and Suba Avenue.
Between Carrera 88A and Río Bogotá, between Calle 99 and Avenida Suba Municipality of Soacha (including ESP EMAR).

Town of Suba and Municipality of Soacha.

For Wednesday, April 17 in two locations with 215 neighborhoods and the municipalities of Funza, Madrid and Mosquera; The seventh round of restriction will govern.

Between 16C and 26 streets, between Avenida Boyacá and Ciudad de Cali
Between 14th and 24th streets, between Ciudad de Cali Avenue and Bogotá River
Between Calle 26 and Avenida 1 Mayo, between Carrera 68 and Avenida Boyacá
Supply points of Funza, Madrid and Mosquera (Planadas, Mosquera 1 and 3).

Locations of: Fontibón and Kennedy. Municipalities of Funza, Madrid and Mosquera.

For Thursday, April 18 in nine locations with 555 neighborhoods and the municipality of La Calera, The eighth round of restriction will govern.

Between Calle 26 and 193, between Carrera 7 and the eastern city limit Between Calle 72 and 100, between Carrera 7 and 13
Between Calle 26 and 72, between Carrera 7 and 17
Between Calle 6 and 26, between Carrera 2 and Avenida NQS

Between Calle 35Sur and Calle 6, between Carrera 2 and 25
Between Calle 10 and 6Sur, between Carrera 5 and the eastern limit of the City
Between Calle 11Sur and Diagonal 15Sur, Carrera 18Este and the eastern limit of the city Between Calle 16C and the Tunjuelo River, between Avenida Boyacá and Ciudad de Cali Between Calle 16C and Calle 43Sur, between Avenida Ciudad de Cali and the Bogotá River Supply points to La Calera and Arboretto .

Locations of: Antonio Nariño, Bosa, Chapinero, Kennedy, Los Mártires, Rafael Uribe Uribe, San Cristóbal, Santa Fe and Usaquén. Municipality of La Calera.

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For Friday, April 19 in two locations in Bogotá with 89 neighborhoods and the municipalities of Chía, Cajicá, Sopó, Gachancipá and Tocancipá; The eighth round of restriction will govern.

Locations of: Usaquén and Suba. Municipalities of Chía, Cajicá, Sopó, Gachancipá and Tocancipá.

Relive the video statement by Mayor Carlos Fernando Galán and the manager of the Bogotá Aqueduct, Natasha Avendaño, in which they explain the restriction measures on water service in the city that will take effect from April 11:

Below you will find out the ABC of the rationing and restriction measures in the water service that will govern from this Thursday, April 11, by localities and neighborhoods according to each shift. You can also enter by clicking here.

Check out this publication from the Mayor’s Office of Bogotá, with graphs and data related to the operation of the water rationing measure in shifts in the city:

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