Many Regina residents experienced low water pressure on Friday morning, a problem the city says was caused by repairs being done to a water pump station.

In a tweet Friday morning, the city said crews were working to repair the pump station and “restore normal pressure as quickly as possible”.

The city confirmed just before noon that normal water pressure was restored.

The city says there are no water quality concerns as a result of the work, however as pressure returns to normal sediment in the lines can be disturbed, resulting in discoloured water. The issue can be resolved by running taps to clear lines.