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  • Update on Platt & Creslane Water Shutoff (10/21/2021)

    From Jeff Bodenhoffer, WWTP Supervisor:

    Water was shut down for new water main tie-ins at 6pm 10/20/21 and was restored after the work was completed at 10pm.

    One bacteria test has been taken and if I can pull another tomorrow I should be able to lift the boil advisory by Friday afternoon.

    The Hydrants on Western (near McDonalds driveway) and Cresslane (at Sunshine) are back in service.

  • Water Shutdown for Platt & Creslane (10/20/2021)

    A water shutdown is scheduled to start at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, October 20, 2021 to allow for work on the Platt Street Project. The following businesses will be affected:

    O’Reilly’s Auto, McDonald’s, Osterhaus Pharmacy & Medical Associates, Sunshine Daycare, US Bank Drive-up, and Kwik Star.

    Water service is expected to be restored Thursday morning.

    A boil advisory will be in place once water service is restored. It is expected that the boil advisory will be lifted on Saturday.

    The City thanks the affected businesses and their customers for adjusting to the water service outage.

  • Meetings List 10-15-21 (10/15/2021)
  • Boil Advisory for Areas Affected by the Water Outage in the E. Platt and Fawn Brook Estates Areas (10/5/2021)

    A BOIL ADVISORY will be effective immediately once water is restored to the areas affected by the water outage in the E. Platt and Fawn Brook Estates area. The advisory will remain in place until at least one set of bacteria samples have been completed confirming that the water meets all regulatory standards. The City will continue to provide updates as information is received.

  • Water Outage – Fawn Brook Estates Area (10/5/2021)

    Due to a water main break in the Fawn Brook Estates area at Highway 62 and Highway 64, Fawn Brook Estates is without water. The City of Maquoketa is working to provide drinking water and non-potable water to all residents while the City works to restore water to the area. We will keep everyone informed as we have more information.