Bonds Will Enable Nearly $180 million in Wastewater Infrastructure Improvements
(Kansas City, Mo.) – 2017 was a record breaking year for KC Water’s Household Hazardous Waste program. Customers dropped off 1.6 million pounds of products such as cleaners, light bulbs, fuels, and batteries. That’s an 11% increase over 2016. More than 10,000 local households used the free facility to safely dispose of anti-freeze, paint, and Read more…
Necessary work, beginning January 8th, will require detours and road closures
Simple steps can save customers from expensive repairs & damage from freezing pipes
Our folks @KCMOwater are hearing from you and addressing where they can. For now, make sure you don’t drive through rising flood waters and stay safe! https://t.co/phBKpVbgH5
Thank you. We'll be sure to share with Alice. The work must continue and our Call Center has done a great job adjusting in these challenging times.
UPDATE: Our Keep Out the Rain program was temporarily placed on hold due to @KCMO's response to the #COVID19 pandemic. While some safety and health concerns have subsided, the program will remain on hold until the financial impacts from COVID-19 are behind us.