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Scheduled Maintenance To Disrupt Water Supply

WICHITA FALLS - The City's Public Utilities Department has scheduled routine maintenance in the water distribution system that will affect several streets and areas south of Kell Boulevard to Hampstead.

These include:

  • Piedmont
  • Speedway
  • Taft
  • Berkley
  • Martin
  • Ellingham
  • Parker Square shopping center

The maintenance will begin at 10 p.m., Tuesday February 12th and end at 6 a.m. on Wednesday, February 13th. Businesses and residents located in the described area will experience a temporary disruption of their water supply.

In preparation for this project residents may want to set aside some water for cooking or drinking. We appreciate your continued understanding and patience as we work to maintain the water system for the community.

For more information please contact the Public Information Office at 761-7401, or the Water Distribution Division at 761-4333.

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