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The original item was published from 2/17/2021 4:37:00 PM to 2/18/2021 10:47:47 AM.

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City of Chickasha

Posted on: February 17, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Water System Updates from the City of Chickasha

The updates below are from Wednesday, February 17, 2021

4:20 p.m. Update
Upon further assessment, crews will begin repairs on the 14th & Arkansas/Georgia location tomorrow, Thursday, February 18. This delay is because of the location of the leak in proximity to a fire hydrant and the potential complications that could cause as crews lose light and temperatures drop.


3:30 p.m. Update
The repairs at Ada Sipuel & Sheppard and at 1st & Georgia are complete. Public Works crews are now loading up to move to 14th & Arkansas. Crews will monitor the weather conditions to ensure they are able to safely complete this repair. 

Due to the unexpected leak at 1st & Georgia, we have had to shift our schedule and anticipate starting repairs at 20th & Alabama tomorrow morning. We are monitoring all leaks to ensure the largest, most impactful leaks are repaired first. We will continue to provide updates as available. 


1:25 p.m. Update: 
Public Works crews are wrapping up the repair at Sheppard & Ada Sipuel. Crews will be making an unscheduled repair at 1st & Georgia, related to the Sheppard & Ada Sipuel repair. Once that leak is repaired they plan to move to 14th & Arkansas. 


10:30 a.m. Update
Public Works crews are shutting down water to repair the break at Ada Sipuel and Sheppard St. 
This could impact residents in the area from Genevieve to 4th St. and from Ada Sipuel to Alabama. 
We do not have a timeframe for how long this outage will last but will update with more information when available.


Original information, posted at 9:25 a.m.
Public Works crews are headed out this morning to begin repairing water leaks. They hope at this time not to have to shut off water to make the repairs. 
The first leak being repaired is the largest break in town, at Ada Sipuel and Sheppard St. Note: The video says Henderson, but the latest information is that the break is on Sheppard.
Once the first leak is repaired, crews will move to a leak at 14th & Arkansas. 
The final leak that crews plan to repair today is at 20th & Alabama. 
We will provide additional updates on our page as they are available.

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