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Water Service Disrupted in Area from Lafayette Road to Kessler Blvd. to Tibbs
Water Service Interrupted in Area from 24th to 56th Streets
Water Is Safe to Drink
Precautionary Boil Water Advisory Continues Until Noon on Saturday
Precautionary Boil Water Advisory Remains in Effect
Repairs Expected to Take Several Hours
Water Main Repair Expected to Take Several Hours
10 Thousand Trees Initiative to Continue with Planting at Eleanor Skillen Elementary School
Volunteers to Remove Tons of Trash
Know What's Below - It's the Law

DigIndy on Schedule and Under Budget

New Tool Provides Quick, Concise, Useful Knowledge
Financial Assistance Available for Those Who Qualify
Payment Locations Expanded Across the Area, Kiosks Added at Customer Service Center
Financial Assistance Available for Those Who Qualify
Some Customers May Notice Slight Change in Taste and Odor of Water
Citizens Employees and Partners Embark on Largest Sharing the Dream Event in History 
Five Indiana Universities Committed to Working with Citizens through PERL Initiative
Properly Dispose of Fats, Oil and Grease
New Bill Format is Easier to Read and Understand
Team Honored for Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion Accomplishments
Utility Working to Bring Community Partners Together to Revitalize Prospect Area
Citizens Energy Group, City and Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Partner for Sustainable Initiative
Financial Assistance Available for Those Who Qualify
Event Promotes Safety and Cost Savings
Portions of Fall Creek Tunnel Project Constructed 10 Years Ahead of Schedule
Citizens has not found a gas leak in our gas distribution system

Area Rivers and Streams Becoming Cleaner
Park Reopens After Nine Months of Construction
Plan Features New Water Mains and Supply Sources
Mike Mootz Recognized for Work with Sheridan Volunteer Fire Department
Converting Steam Plant to Natural Gas Lowers Costs & Improves Air Quality
$70 Million in Additional Saving and Improved Sewer Overflow Protection
Vital System Improvements Planned Over Next Two Years
Rigorous Standards of Safe Drinking Water Act Met Throughout Central Indiana
Free Utility Marking Service Can Avoid Danger to You and Costly Repair Bills
Financial assistance is still available
Projects to Eliminate Sewer Overflows Will Remain On Schedule and Below Budget
Free Chlorine Period Comes to an End
$128.6 Million of Spending with Diverse Suppliers
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