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Starting April 30, the City’s utility crews will begin flushing more than 1500 fire hydrants in the city, mainly west of highway 10. The process is part of a routine maintenance program necessary to maintain the water system and remove sediment from the lines. This allows us to continue to deliver the highest quality water possible to our residents. If crews are working in your neighborhood, you may experience some water discoloration (you may see more brown), but this does not affect the safety of the water. It’s best to avoid doing laundry until the discoloration has disappeared. To see a map of the exact area, click here.
*Please note: April 2 was reported as the original hydrant flushing date in the spring edition of the Coon Rapids Connection City newsletter. We apologize for any confusion. The date was changed to be later due to frost conditions.