Hydrant flushing

Starting Oct. 3 and continuing through Oct. 12, the Webster City Street Department will be flushing fire hydrants, which increases the life of the City’s watermains. This flushing may temporarily cause some cloudiness or discoloration of the water in homes.

Flushing operations schedule is as follows:

  • 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily

Monday, Oct. 3: All fire hydrants within the area south of Elm Street, west of Des Moines Street and north of Ohio Street.

Tuesday, Oct. 4: All fire hydrants within the area south of Second, west of Des Moines and north of Elm Street.

Wednesday, October 5: All fire hydrants within the area West of Des Moines Street and North of Second Street. This will also include the area to Van Diest Supply. Thursday, Oct. 6: All fire hydrants within the area north of Ohio, east of Des Moines Street, south of Elm Street to the Boone River, including the area of the Waste Water Plant and Street Department. Also the area South of East Dubuque Street, East of Bell, and south of the east/west High Street leg, including the Hamilton County Fair Grounds.

Friday, Oct. 7: All fire hydrants within the area south of Second, east of Des Moines and north of Elm west of the Boone River. Also the area north of East Dubuque, west of Bell, north of the East West leg of High street to include the easement to Hillcrest Mobile Home Court.

Monday, Oct. 10: All fire hydrants within the area of east of Des Moines Street and north of Second Street. This is to include the White Fox to 210th to Des Moines Street loop outside the city limits.

  • Tuesday, Oct. 11: All fire hydrants within the area South of Ohio Street, West of the RR tracks, and East of Des Moines Street. Also all hydrants south of Highway 20.

Wednesday, Oct. 12: All fire hydrants within the area south of Ohio Street, west of Des Moines Street and north of Highway 20.

In the event of inclement weather or unforeseen events, the flushing schedule may be adjusted. We hope residents will understand this inconvenience and bear with us during this work. Any discoloration of water or small particles of lime in your water should last for only a short period of time.