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Boil Water Advisory Lifted

Attn: City of Pikeville Water Customers (this includes our Coal Run customers)
8:30 am 2-25-15 UPDATE

We are extremely happy to report that we are able to CANCEL the boil water advisory immediately! Our samples have come back and the water is safe for consumption.

We would like to thank Greg May and UMG for their around the clock dedication and hard work in solving our water outage.

This update only pertains to the customers in the City of Pikeville and Coal Run. This does not apply to customers of Mountain Water District.

Again, we thank everyone for their patience and understanding.

Donovan Blackburn
City Manager

 

Boil Water Advisory

Attn: City of Pikeville Water Customers Effective:  2/22/15

Due to the low pressure and water levels, we are issuing a boil water advisory until further notice. Water used for drinking or cooking purposes should be boiled at a rolling boil for at least 3 minutes prior to consumption.

We are continuing to do everything possible to correct the water situation.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Water Customers Alert

Attn: City of Pikeville Water Customers

The City of Pikeville and Public Works continue to deal with affects from the recent Winter Storm. High snow accumulative totals, sub-zero temperatures, ice and now rain has created many issues for the city to address.

City of Pikeville water customers are currently in the beginning stages of water storage and depletion due to several issues. As of late last night, ice and mud accumulations in the river have resulted in the loss of telemetry. Currently the City intake system is clogged off in the river with mud and ice prevent the water plant from receiving its water source. Crews have worked through the night for a solution. However, the current conditions are hampering progress.

Water storage is expected to reach critical levels sometime this morning resulting in water outages throughout our service area. We ask for everyone to conserve water and please do not fill up bathtubs or sinks because this will result in the system depleting much faster.

The city has ordered a tractor trailer of water that will be available to our water customers within the next couple of hours. You will be able to pick up a ration of water at the Pikeville Fire Station #1. We will notify the public when the water is available.

Unfortunately these circumstances are an act of nature and could not be avoided. Please be assured we are working as quickly as possible to restore water service to our customers and appreciate the patience of our customers during the restoration process.

Donovan Blackburn
City Manager

City of Pikeville: Taking Applications for Management Position

The new Zip Line Tour will be opening in 2015.  Human Resource Department is now open to accept applications for

A Full Time Manager Position:  Apply today:  Applicant must be 21 years of age to apply by April 1, 2015.

Click Here to Apply!

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City of Pikeville: Taking Applicaitons for Seasonal Part Time Positions

The new Zip Line Tour will be opening in 2015.  Human Resource Department is now open to accept applications for

Seasonal Part Time Positions:  Apply today:  Applicant must be 18 years of age to apply by April 1, 2015.

Click Here to Apply!

Job Description

Utility Services Notice

Contact Number for outages of service with water or gas due to the weather only.

You may contact the 911 Dispatch Center at 1.606.437.5111.

**************This number is not to connect new services or disconnect services*************

only emergency outages due to the weather.

City Hall Closed

Due to weather City Hall is closed:  2/17/15.

City Hall Closed Today

City Hall Closed February 16, 2015 due to weather

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