The water conservation request for Leeward Oahu residents is no longer in effect.
The request was lifted Saturday morning. Officials said the valve repairs were completed around midnight and reservoir levels are back to normal levels.
Leeward Oahu residents were asked to conserve water Friday night while crews repaired a broken valve that regulates water to 60 percent of the west side.
Residents from Honokai Hale to Makaha were being asked to limit their water usage to priority needs, such as cooking, cleaning and personal hygiene, while the valve at 89-048 Farrington Highway is repaired.
Board of water supply officials said the broken valve was discovered Friday morning while road crews were conducting scheduled maintenance along a two-foot water main underneath the highway.
The valve, they said, helps to maintain levels at reservoirs on the leeward coast. As a result, no residents will be without water, but water conservation is strongly urged.
The repair will begin at 7 p.m. Friday and will require the closure of the makai-westbound lane of Farrington Highway in Nanakuli until the repair is completed.
The conservation notice and lane closure was expected to last through the night.