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closed #178591

Water Utility Problems

3831 S Lindas WAY

Case Date:
1/13/2022

Contractors for AT&T performing fiber installation severed the water main to my residence this afternoon and preformed a repair. Could the city test my water and assess the cost of excess water usage from today?

closed #174353

Water Utility Problems

3689 S Sowder SQ

Case Date:
12/22/2020

Loss of water pressure at house. Checked meter, the number is not increasing. So there is no leak after the metet.

closed #174355

Water Utility Problems

3650 S Kingsbury AVE

Case Date:
12/22/2020

We have no water. Is construction going on and do you have an estimate of when it will be back on? Thank you for your help.

open #175980

Water Utility Problems

3625 S Sowder SQ

Case Date:
6/2/2021

My water pressure is very low. It has been for a few months, but it's much worse now.

closed #174354

Water Utility Problems

3622 S Sowder SQ

Case Date:
12/22/2020

No water

closed #171937

Website & Web Services Feedback

3611 S Bainbridge DR

Case Date:
3/6/2020

water bill

closed #166148

Water Utility Problems

3537 S Tudor LN

Case Date:
10/7/2018

Water leakage running down sidewalk into sewer on the Allendale sidewalk into the corner drainage grate on Tudor.

closed #173568

Water Utility Problems

3534 S Tudor LN

Case Date:
9/1/2020

There is some type of water leak between the sidewalk and the road at the corner of S Tudor Lane and E Allendale Drive. The ground is soft and there is water that has flowed into the street.

closed #165667

Potholes, Other Street Repair

3526 S Dunstan DR

Case Date:
8/24/2018

Possible water main break. large amount of water running in street drain.

closed #157897

Sewer Problems (Storm Sewers)

3519 S Tudor LN

Case Date:
1/25/2017

We had our basement flood (wet carpet in half the basement) on January 20, 2017 without any previous sign of leakage on that side of the house. The source of the water is unclear, but I'm wondering if the home (built ca. 1973) has a footer drain connected to the storm drain. Kevin Potter is coming out to inspect for structural damage at 2 pm today (1/25/17) The city storm drain was updated within the past two years with the new pipe starting at the down-slope corner of our property. The neighbor two houses up-slope from us discharges a lot of water from his property and had excavation work done near the end of his french drain on the 18th or 19th. Part of this work involved off and onloading a sizeable backhoe in front of our driveway near where the old and new drain pipe would be joined. I'm not sure what work the neighbor had done. In addition to his drainage, the neighbor immediately down slope from us was also draining his pool into the storm drain on what had been a very rainy week. Is it possible to send a city employee out to see whether some combination of these activities has caused the drainage system to fail or otherwise backflow into our house? Thanks!