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Weather permitting, for the day of Wednesday (4/14/21), water will be shutoff in the area of N 18th St between 3rd and 5th Aves N, as well as the 1700 block of 4th Ave N. Notices will be hung on residences to be affected.

Check out the Google Map of closures: drive.google.com/open?id=1J0V-OEp1aE_-ydOV2JE7otI9GrKH9neN&usp=sharing. This map may be updated as Engineering Department related closures are issued.

All closures are weather permitting. Motorists are urged to use caution in and around the area.
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Weather permitting, for the day of Wednesday (4/14/21), water will be shutoff in the area of N 18th St between 3rd and 5th Aves N, as well as the 1700 block of 4th Ave N. Notices will be hung on residences to be affected.

Check out the Google Map of closures: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1J0V-OEp1aE_-ydOV2JE7otI9GrKH9neN&usp=sharing. This map may be updated as Engineering Department related closures are issued.

All closures are weather permitting. Motorists are urged to use caution in and around the area.

An important announcement from Webster County Public Health.In light of information from the CDC and Iowa Department of Public Health, Webster County Health Department is canceling Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinics until further notice.

All individuals registered for Wednesday's vaccine clinic will receive a cancellation text message.

The CDC and FDA along with IDPH have called for a pause in use of Johnson & Johnson vaccines after six women between the ages of 18 and 48 were found to have a rare type of blood clot following vaccination.

According to a joint statement from the CDC and FDA, 'these adverse events appear to be extremely rare. COVID-19 vaccine safety is a top priority for the federal government, and we take all reports of health problems following COVID-19 vaccination very seriously. People who have received the J&J vaccine who develop severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain, or shortness of breath within three weeks after vaccination should contact their health care provider.'

WCHD will continue to accept allocations of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines from IDPH and will plan for future clinics.

'We want residents to receive a vaccination against COVID-19,' said Kari Prescott, WCHD director. 'We will continue to assess Webster County and continue to canvas our communities to ensure that everyone that wants to be vaccinated has the opportunity to safely do so.'

According to Prescott, WCHD will accept future incoming allocations of Moderna and Pfizer vaccines based on community and county need.

#StayHealthyWebsterCounty
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An important announcement from Webster County Public Health.

 

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Thank you for the up date

**RO PLANT UPDATE**

We had hoped to have the RO plant partially up and running today. Due to unexpected (but totally normal) start up issues, we are now targeting a full start up on Thursday.

Like and follow City of Fort Dodge Government for more information. We'll make an official announcement here when the RO plant goes live.
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**RO PLANT UPDATE**

We had hoped to have the RO plant partially up and running today. Due to unexpected (but totally normal) start up issues, we are now targeting a full start up on Thursday.

Like and follow City of Fort Dodge Government for more information. Well make an official announcement here when the RO plant goes live. 💦

 

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Do you know anything about water pressure being reduced at some point in the last year or so? Did these new meters reduce pressure or have the ability to do such?

Jessica

All new things may have a few bugs. Keep at it and I'm sure it will be fantastic, thank you for your hard work!

Beginning on Wednesday, April 14, 2021, at 8:00 am and continuing until work is completed, City crews will be closing 7th Ave N between N 7th St and N 9th St and on N 8th St between 6th and 8th Ave N to all but local traffic to complete water main repairs.

At 8:00 am on Thursday, April 15, 2021, and continuing until work is completed, crews will be shutting off the water in the area near 7th Ave N and N 8th St intersection to complete additional water main repairs. Door tags will be distributed to all affected customers.
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Beginning on Wednesday, April 14, 2021, at 8:00 am and continuing until work is completed, City crews will be closing 7th Ave N between N 7th St and N 9th St and on N 8th St between 6th and 8th Ave N to all but local traffic to complete water main repairs.

At 8:00 am on Thursday, April 15, 2021, and continuing until work is completed, crews will be shutting off the water in the area near 7th Ave N and N 8th St intersection to complete additional water main repairs. Door tags will be distributed to all affected customers.

City Projects Update

Current Projects - Click here for more information

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Name: 1st Ave S & S 15th St Corridor Improvements Expected Completion: Spring 2021

Name: S 30th St & 7th Ave S Improvements Expected Completion: Spring 2021

Name: Southeast Sewer Trunk - Phase 2-4 (12th-13th Ave S from 23rd-28th St) Expected Completion: Spring 2021

Name: Water Softening Project - Plant Expansion Expected Completion: Summer 2021

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