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KC Water Will Host Virtual Public Meeting to Discuss Construction Impacts of the Upgrades on Main Infrastructure Project

Posted on September 28, 2020

(Kansas City, Mo.) – KC Water will host three virtual public meetings to discuss construction impacts of the Upgrades on Main project. During this meeting, participants will learn more about why KC Water is completing these improvements, which areas will be affected by construction, the construction schedule, and how to get the latest and most accurate information about the work.

*Upgrades on Main Virtual Public Meeting Dates and Times: 

  • Tuesday, September 29th, 7:00 PM
  • Wednesday, September 30th, 4:30 PM
  • Saturday, October 3rd, 10:00 AM
    *The same presentation will be given at all three meetings

Attendees can RSVP to participate in the public meetings by signing up on the Upgrades on Main project webpage: The public can also livestream the meetings via the KC Water YouTube channel (@KCMOWater). A recording of the meetings will be available on the project webpage on Monday, October 5th.

For more information about the project or construction related questions and concerns, contact the project team at or call 816-337-1013. For general information about the project, visit


KC Water is working to replace century-old infrastructure along Main St. from Pershing Rd. to 51st Street. Contractors will be replacing and upgrading over 21,000 linear feet of water mains and service lines. Contractors will also be rehabilitating over 28,000 linear feet of the sewer. Other upgrades include replacing the fire hydrants along the corridor, moving meters outside of buildings where possible, and rehabilitation sewer manholes.

For more information, please contact Heather Frierson, Media Relations Coordinator, at, 816-513-0280.


KC Water maintains and operates water treatment and distribution systems, stormwater management systems, and wastewater collection and treatment systems for residential and business customers in Kansas City and for wholesale customers in the Kansas City area.  KC Water is primarily funded by fees charged to customers based on their use or impacts on the three utility systems.

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