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High-pressure plane water tower at Robinson Street and 24th Avenue Southeast scheduled for repairs and maintenance

The high-pressure plane water tower at Robinson Street (north of the water treatment plant, east of the Robinson Street and 24th Avenue  Northeast intersection) will be taken out of service for the next seven days for repair and maintenance The water tower was completed in June 2016 and has a maintenance bond to cover any paint defects that appear over a two-year period. Crews are scheduled to inspect tank inside and outside and make all paint repairs starting on July 6.  
To complete the inspection and conduct any needed repairs, the water tower will be emptied and taken out of service. The water tower is anticipated to return to service on Wednesday, July 11.  City staff will isolate valves and rearrange the water system so customers will receive equal pressure while the work is being completed. 
Please contact Mark Daniels, Utilities Engineer, at 366-5377 with any questions.The high-pressure plane water tower at Robinson Street (north of the water treatment plant, east of the Robinson Street and 24th Avenue  Northeast intersection) will be taken out of service for the next seven days for repair and maintenance The water tower was completed in June 2016 and has a maintenance bond to cover any paint defects that appear over a two-year period. Crews are scheduled to inspect tank inside and outside and make all paint repairs starting on July 6.  


To complete the inspection and conduct any needed repairs, the water tower will be emptied and taken out of service. The water tower is anticipated to return to service on Wednesday, July 11.  City staff will isolate valves and rearrange the water system so customers will receive equal pressure while the work is being completed. 

Please contact Mark Daniels, Utilities Engineer, at 366-5377 with any questions.

The high-pressure plane water tower at Robinson Street (north of the Water Treatment Plant, east of the Robinson Street and 24th Avenue Northeast intersection) will be taken out of service for the next seven days for repair and maintenance.  The water tower was completed in June 2016 and has a maintenance bond to cover any paint defects that appear over a two-year period. Crews are scheduled to inspect tank inside and outside and make all paint repairs starting on July 6.  

To complete the inspection and conduct any needed repairs, the water tower will be emptied and taken out of service. The water tower is anticipated to return to service on Wednesday, July 11.  City staff will isolate valves and rearrange the water system so customers will receive equal pressure while the work is being completed. 

Please contact Mark Daniels, Utilities Engineer, at 366-5377 with any questions.