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Reservoirs are vital to our state for water supply, flood protection, recreation and many other things. Today we will be featuring Hillsdale lake Hillsdale KS, one of Kansas' newest lakes completed in 1982 for $61 million.

It is located in Miami County, Kansas approximately 30 miles from Kansas City, Kansas. It is the leading water supplier to the area, providing millions of gallons of water each day to residential and municipal users including the cities of Edgerton, Kansas, Gardner, Kansas, Spring Hill, Kansas, City of Wellsville, Kansas and #RuralWaterDistricts: #FranklinCoRWD1 #JohnsonCoRWD1 and 7, #RuralWaterDistrictNo1 #RuralWaterDistrictNo2 Miami County, Kansas & 4.

There is also 12,000 acres of park and wildlife area. For more info visit: #kswater Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism
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23 hours ago  ·  


⚠️Leak Repair Today⚠️

This will be affecting the area of 271st & Moonlight Rd, over to Cedar Niles. You may experience low pressure, or no water during this time. The repair should take less than an hour. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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2 days ago  ·  

Update: Water is being restored now.

⚠️351st & Somerset Rd, continuing south to 399th⚠️

The District will be working in the area of 351st & Somerset Rd, continuing south to 399th St. This will affect a large number of customers in that area today. Work will begin at 10:30 a.m. today, and may continue into early afternoon. Those affected may experience low pressure, or no water, during that time. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please check back here for updates.
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6 days ago  ·  

***The customers that were affected yesterday may experience some air in the lines or discoloration of the water. This is normal and the water is still safe to use. The lines are being flushed to help move it through faster. Thank you to everyone for your patience during the long repair time.

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⚠️⚠️Water Main Break⚠️⚠️

The District is working to repair a water main break.
Customers in the Walnut Creek Subdivision (255th & Ridgeview Rd), and surrounding areas will be affected. You may experience low pressure, or no water during the repair. We apologize for any inconvenience, this may cause. The District will try to restore service as soon as possible. Updates will be made available when possible. They can be found on our website, Facebook, or Twitter page.

Update: As of 5:06 p.m the District crew is still on site. The repair is likely to continue into the late evening, due to the size and location of the break. The crew will remain on site until service is restored. We again apologize for the inconvenience.
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2 weeks ago  ·  

Flushing today at fire hydrant on 287th & Oak Grove Rd ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·