Power Outages

 

Planned Power Outage

To make improvements to our electricity distribution system we will need to interrupt service during the following times at the following locations:

January 28, 2021

9:00 am - 10:00 am

- Kingsway Crescent

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

- Melrose, Rosslyn, Balmoral

We apologize for this inconvenience.  In the case of unforeseen circumstances including inclement weather or other power outages, the outage will take place February 1, 2021 during the same hours.

 

 

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 Map of GrimsbyFeeder Lines


Please note that OH (solid coloured lines) are overhead lines, while UG (dashes)are underground feeders.

There are two locations from which Grimsby draws power, each with two incoming lines.  The four feeder lines are labelled in the legend as 18M3, 18M4, 2508M3 and 2508M4.  The two lines, 18M3 and 18M4, connect to the Beamsville transmission station.  The other two lines, 2508M3 and 2508M4, connect to the Niagara West Transformation station located south of Grimsby.

 

 

 

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