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City Of Washington To Shut Down Water Tower At 8:30 AM

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The City of Washington is dealing with a water mess, and it is only going to get worse this morning. As part of the repairs, after two water mains broke on Tuesday, city crews plan to shut down the water tower at approximately 8:30 a.m. to repair a water valve. Utility customers in the 500 block of West 3rd Street ... Read More »

City of Washington Asking Residents To Conserve Water

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City of Washington utility customers are being asked to conserve water due to a water main break in the 100 block of C Street. The water tower level is low. Residents along C Street north of 2nd Street may experience low water pressure or no water for a few hours while crews fix the leak. Information Courtesy of the Washington ... Read More »

Infrastructure Upgrades To Affect Water To Some Marysville Residents

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On Wednesday, July 17th, beginning at approximately 9:00 a.m. the Marysville Water Department will be shutting water off to install new water main valves and a fire hydrant at 13th & Laramie. This may affect your service. The areas affected will be Laramie St. From 11th to 14th N. and 13th From Calhoun St. to Jenkins St. The water WILL be ... Read More »

Proposed Housing Project Tabled By Marysville City Council

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A proposed 22 unit duplex housing development at the east edge of Marysville, near the new water tower, was sidelined at Monday’s city council meeting. Several property owners south of the site had expressed concerns regarding water runoff and drainage issues. With that in mind, the city planning commission earlier last month had recommended against the city rezoning the area, ... Read More »

Marysville Water Alert For Tuesday, May 7th

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On Tuesday, May 7th, beginning at approximately 9:00 a.m. the Marysville Water Department will be shutting water off to install new Water Main Valves at 13th & Park Place. THIS MAY AFFECT YOUR SERVICE The areas affected will be: Park Place from 12th to 16th. N. 12th & Debbie Ln. going North to the end of the Pavement. N. 13th ... Read More »

Northeast portion of Marysville to have water shut off Monday

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On Monday April 8, the Marysville Water Department will be shutting the water off to install a new fire hydrant and water main valves at 14th and Debbie Lane. The water will be shut off around 9 am for several hours. This will affect the areas of Debbie Lane from 12th to 16th Street, North 14th Street from Otoe to Debbie Lane, and ... Read More »

Some Residents of Marysville Asked To Conserve Water Thursday

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On Thursday, March 28th, beginning at approximately 9:00 a.m. the Marysville Water Department will be shutting water off to install a new Fire Hydrant and Water Main Valves at 16th & Park Place. THIS MAY AFFECT YOUR SERVICE. The areas affected will be Park Place from 13th to 16th. N. 14th from Jayhawk Road to Park Place. N. 16th from ... Read More »

Marysville City Council notes

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The Marysville City Council had their regular end of the month meeting Monday night and it was a busy meeting. Many items were discussed, from the water tower project to the tennis courts to the Recreation Commission and the sales tax increase, among others. A reminder that the sales tax for the city of Marysville will go from 7.3% to 7.9% this Monday ... Read More »

Water and Sewer rates going up for Marysville

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Water and Sewer rates will be going up on the February billing for the city of Marysville as part of the phase to increase the rate to cover the maintenance required for the water and sewer system .  The annual rate increase will mean that the minimum bill of $40.88 for use of 2,500 gallons or less will go up to $43. Updates to ... Read More »

City of Marysville continues water tower project

The City of Marysville will be taking the main water tower, located at 17th and Center, out of service for a while on Tuesday morning, beginning at approximately 9:30 to allow for construction crews to install new valves and piping.  Most residents and businesses won’t notice a difference, but those within several blocks of the water tower will notice lower ... Read More »