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City of Cleburne News

Posted on: January 26, 2018

Update on Water Conditions

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The City of Cleburne has become aware that areas of the city may be experiencing changes with the taste and odor of the water. Our first priority remains to provide safe drinking water for our community, which we confirm through constant monitoring and testing. That said we also understand the importance of the quality with regard to taste and smell. While it is not uncommon to experience variation in water taste and odor throughout various times of the year, city staff is committed to providing the highest quality of water to our customers. New personnel have been assigned to the water treatment plant and they are working diligently to address the issue with modifications to both equipment and operations. These actions will be immediate in some cases and more long term in others. Through our efforts, we anticipate that the taste and odor of the water will begin to improve in the near future with continual enhancements and more consistency over time. 

 

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and will provide more updates as they become available. Should you have questions or concerns, please contact the Water Utility Department at 817-645-0946.

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