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UPDATE: East 55th and Central Water Main Break, Intersection Partially Open to Traffic

UPDATE 1/11/16 11:30am: Repair on the water main has been completed. Utility work is anticipated to be finished today and street restoration will begin. Traffic patterns remain same.

 

Crews Working to Repair Water Main Break at East 55 and Central, Intersection Closed to Traffic

Cleveland water crews will continue to make repairs through the night to a 10 inch water main in the intersection of East 55th and Central in Cleveland. The intersection is closed to vehicular traffic and will remain closed through Friday morning rush hour. The condition of the road will be reassessed in the morning to determine if any lanes can be opened for motorists. 

Detour routes are being set up by the City of Cleveland Division of Streets and signs will be posted. The detour routes are as follows:

Water Main Break - East 40th and Chester

UPDATE 1/13/16 5pm: The two westbound lanes on Chester are now open to traffic. Motorist can now use Chester to drive into downtown. The two eastbound lanes will remain closed for a few more days while crews finish up the repairs.

 

Water Main Break on West 9th Street

UPDATE: Crews have been able to keep 1 lane in each direction open on W.9th between Frankfurt and St. Clair. As our crews investigate the source of the main leak, motorists are advised to be aware of crews and potential lane restrictions in the area.

 

TRAFFIC ALERT - Crews from Cleveland Water are on site investigating the source of a possible water main break on West 9th Street in the Warehouse District between Frankfort and St. Clair Avenues.

As they investigate and repair the break, the southbound lanes of West 9th will be closed until the repairs are made.

Cleveland Water efforts result in no rate increase for customers through 2018

Cleveland Water takes its responsibility to deliver a reliable supply of safe drinking water at an affordable price seriously. We have worked hard to identify ways to improve service levels and become more efficient. As we enter our next five year rate cycle, we are excited to announce this hard work—and our forward thinking approach to how we have invested in our system over the past 30 plus years – has resulted in a 0% rate increase for 2016, 2017 and 2018, and only small increases in 2019 and 2020.

Suburban mayors get an up close look at where their water comes from

This past Friday, we had the honor of hosting our suburban community mayors and representatives at Garrett A. Morgan Water Treatment Plant for our quarterly Suburban Water Council of Governments (COG) meeting. This quarter, members received updates on water rates, our Automated Meter Reading project and the Suburban Water Main Renewal Program.

Following the meeting, Interim Commissioner Alex Margevicius led members on a tour of the plant, beginning with the history of Cleveland’s water system and an explanation of our water treatment process.

 

Career Opportunities

The City of Cleveland Department of Public Utilities is seeking qualified professionals with all levels of experience to fill positions in our Information Technology and Engineering Sections. If you are looking for a great career opportunity to help you build a solid future, please visit our career fair on Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm at the Carl B. Stokes Utilities Building.

For additional information, contact DeAndre Benson at (216) 664-2444 extensions 5620.

We hope to see you there!

Imagine Life Without Water

Halloween is Saturday, but today we’re throwing it back to our scariest nightmare… when we imagined a day without water...Scary!

Proposed Cleveland Water Rates for the Next Five Years

Cleveland Water takes its responsibility to deliver a reliable supply of safe drinking water at an affordable price seriously. We have worked hard to identify ways to improve service levels and become more efficient. As we enter our next five year rate cycle, we are excited to announce this hard work—and our forward thinking approach to how we have invested in our system over the past 30 plus years – has put us in a position to not raise our rates for the next three years.

Downtown and near west customers may experience discolored water.

UPDATE 10/9/15 3:30pm:

Discolored water that originated from our Garrett A. Morgan Water Treatment Plant is now running clear in plant samples and any affected customers should begin seeing their tap water clear by evening if they have not already. The water remains safe to drink and affected customers can resume laundry as normal when the water is visually clear.

Water is safe to drink; No boil alert in effect.

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