News Release

We have made the decision to close the Walton Aquatic Pool effective
immediately. We have loss over 2.5 million gallons of water over the
course of 60 days. Chemical treatment shortage and availability is also
a factor in closing.

It is crucial to not put a strain on our water supply during the high
demand season. We are investigating the pool leak and working on a
repair plan.

We apologize for the closing and will offer refunds to those who have
scheduled swimming parties.  


Respectfully,

 Mark Mitchell, City Manager
City of Nevada
Office: 417-448-5509
Mobile: 417-448-4467
mmitchell@nevadamo.gov

In addition to the WALTON POOL CLOSING:

The City Finance Department is working on
pro-rated refunds for residents who purchased Walton Aquatic Center
season passes and swim lessons effective July 1, 2021. Refunds will be
mailed to the address provided when purchased.

We expect refunds to be mailed within the next two weeks.

 

Beginning March 2021 the City of Nevada will no longer mail paper
delinquent/late notices for water and sewer accounts.

Delinquent notices will continue to be sent via email and notification phone calls will be
sent prior to disconnection.

Payment must be received in our office by the 5th at 4:30 pm to avoid a
10% late penalty.

Delinquent accounts must be paid by the 15th at 4:30
pm to avoid administrative fees and disconnection of services.

To receive emails and notification calls it is important we have your
updated email address and phone number. Please call 417-448-5115 or
email utilitybilling@nevadamo.gov to make updates to your account.

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NEVADA – The City of Nevada Public Works Street Division plans to make repairs on Johnson Drive next to Pilot Travel Center 2424 East Austin Blvd. These repairs are scheduled to begin Tuesday, March 30th and continue to completion.
Johnson Drive will remain open to two-way traffic, but lane restrictions will be required to complete the work. Minor delays are expected. Motorists and pedestrians are urged to exercise caution when in the work zone. We appreciate everyone’s patience. This project is funded with the ½ cent Transportation Tax.

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