Water Meter Replacement Program Begins

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As part of the overall Capital Improvement Plan, the City of Flint has begun a program to replace water meters for all of its customers. The City has contracted with Metron-Farnier to provide up to 20,000 of the new meters over three years and with H2O Utility Services to ...

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Granulated Activated Carbon Filter Installation Underway at Flint’s Water Treatment Plant, Expected to be Completed by Mid-July

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Installation of the Granulated Carbon filter media (GAC) is underway at Flint’s Water Treatment Plant. The first phase of the new filter media will be installed and operational within a couple of weeks. The GAC filter media ...

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City of Flint Water Department Continues to Exercise Valves in Area of I-475 and Moving Eastward

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The City of Flint’s Utilities Department wants to remind residents of continued water valve exercises in parts of the City as has been announced since May. Work will now continue from the area around I-475 and will move ...

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Water Valve Breaks During Exercises, Repairs Underway

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The City of Flint’s Utilities Department is informing residents that a water valve in the area of Oceola near I-475 was broken during exercises today. Repair work may result in residents in the area around Pierson Rd. and I-475 experiencing diminished service such as low or no ...

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Water Department Continues to Exercise Valves in Flushing and Dupont Area and Moving East

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The City of Flint’s Utilities Department wants to remind residents of continued water valve exercises in parts of the City originally announced last month. Work will continue the area of Dupont and Flushing and move east toward I-475 (see map ...

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May Water Testing Results Show All Locations are within Acceptable Limits for TTHM

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Water sampling for the month of May has been collected and testing by the State Laboratory has been completed. All testing sites in the city are again below the maximum contamination level (MCL) for total trihalomethanes (TTHM). Due to the high levels ...

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City of Flint Water Department to Exercise Valves in Flushing and Dupont Area and Moving West

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The City of Flint’s Utilities Department wants to inform residents that water valves in the area are being exercised today. This week’s work will begin in the area of Dupont and Flushing and move westward. Work in the ...

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Residents Warned about Scam Involving Criminals Impersonating City Works, Seeking Payments

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The City of Flint wants to warn residents of a scam that being perpetrated against its residents. Scammers are using various tactics in attempts to dupe City of Flint water customers into providing payment by offering to provide water services in exchange for ...

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City of Flint Moves Ahead with $5 million in Water Treatment Improvements

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Emergency Manager Jerry Ambrose, with approval from the Department of Treasury, has authorized a contract with LAN, the City’s consulting engineers, to immediately proceed with design and installation of granulated activated carbon filter for the Water Treatment Plant. Installation of the filter ...

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City of Flint Announces Action Plan to Maintain Safety and Improve Quality of Flint Water

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The City of Flint is proceeding with a series of actions to ensure the continued safety of Flint drinking water is maintained and that issues of discoloration and odor continue to be addressed. Most notably, the installation of a ...

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