Water Restored to East Side of Evergreen Campus
UPDATED 11/30/22, 6:43 p.m.: Water service has been restored to all affected buildings on the East side of the Evergreen campus. Note that residents may initially see dirty water coming out of shower heads and faucets. Let the water run until clear before using it. Facilities professionals will be checking every restroom, including those inside apartments, to make sure that water is functioning properly. After facilities staff have checked the space, students may resume normal water use (cooking, drinking, and bathing).
UPDATED 11/30/22, 2:21 p.m.: Baltimore City crews are on site repairing the water main.
Portable restrooms have been placed in the following locations:
- Ahern parking lot
- Library parking lot
- Butler parking lot
In addition, students may continue to use the restrooms at the Student Center or the Fitness and Aquatic Center. Showers will also be available at the FAC.
Please Note: When water service is restored, residents will initially see dirty water coming out of shower heads and faucets. Facilities professionals will be checking every restroom, including those inside apartments, to make sure that water is functioning properly.
INITIAL ALERT, 11/30/22, 6:45 a.m.:
Loyola is experiencing a water outage due to a water main break on Winston Avenue.
Affected buildings are:
- Butler Hall
- Hammerman Hall
- Thea Bowman Hall
- Ahern North and South
- Loyola/Notre Dame Library
- Maroger Studio
- Facilities Building
- 301, 303, and 305 Winston Ave.
Water should be restored later today.
The Library is closed until further notice.
Winston Avenue is temporarily blocked.
Students who don't have water in their residence halls can use restrooms in the College Center. Showers are available at the Fitness & Aquatic Center. Please do not use toilets in the affected buildings.
Further updates will be provided as more information is available.
Ongoing preparedness information
Students and faculty: Academic continuity
There are several options for students and faculty to stay connected and maintain coursework when classes are canceled and campus is closed.