As of 4:30 p.m. — Water was fully restored to customers in the Trossachs neighborhood by 4:30 p.m. Thursday. Earlier in the day, Sammamish Plateau Water crews identified a broken bolt on a water valve that caused a fire hydrant in the 26800 block of SE Ninth Way to leak. Around 11:30 a.m., crews shut water off to about 45 customers at Southeast Ninth Way and 269th Avenue Southeast to address the broken bolt. As of 12 p.m. — Sammamish Plateau Water crews are moving forward with repairs Thursday afternoon after identifying a broken bolt attached to the water valve, which had been causing a fire hydrant to leak in the 26800 block of SE Ninth Way. About 45 customers at Southeast Ninth Way and 269th Avenue Southeast are currently without water as crews continue to work on repairs. Crews began shutting water off in the area around 11:30 a.m. and hope to complete the necessary repairs by 4:30 p.m. The District will update the public with more information later in the day. As of 8 a.m. — Sammamish Plateau Water staff will be on site Thursday to assess a leaky fire hydrant in the 26800 block of SE Ninth Way near Soaring Eagle Park in the Trossachs neighborhood. Crews will dig up part of the road Thursday morning to determine if the leak can be addressed without shutting down the water main in this area. If crews determine the water valve there needs to be replaced, the District will shut off part of the water main for about four hours. This repair might not occur Thursday, and could impact about 35 customers, leaving them without water for four hours. The District will update the public with more information later in the day.