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At Stuttgart Municipal Water Works, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

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City-wide Conservation Notice

Stuttgart Water Department declares a city-wide conservation notice

 

Residents of Stuttgart are encouraged to conserve water until further notice. This

request is due to excessive water loss in customer lines caused by the recent unusually

cold weather. At this time the demand on our water plant is exceeding our storage

capability.  Customers who have a water leak are asked to turn off water at the meter and

run water to keep lines from freezing only when the temperature drops below 32 degrees.

We appreciate your cooperation in this matter.

To report a water leak please contact our office at 673-3246.

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Go OUTSIDE and PLAY!

Go OUTSIDE and PLAY!

Go OUTSIDE and PLAY!

I heard this refrain all the time growing up, and I’m guessing you did too. We played. And we played outside. In the sprinklers during the summer, and in the snow during the winter. We played tetherball and tag. We played Red Rover and Red Light, Green Light.  We jumped rope and roller-skated and biked until we were hot, sweaty, and utterly exhausted. AND we walked. We walked all the time. We walked to our friends’ houses. We walked to the Little League ballpark to watch our friends (or little brothers) play ball...

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