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Ozark Missouri
Water System Leak

If you are having issues with your water service or witness a water leak near your residence please call (417) 581-1702, after hours call (417) 581-9303. Please do not call these numbers regarding water bill issues. 

Some issues to watch for in your water system include:

  • Cloudy water
  • Dirty Water
  • Low or High Water Pressure        

The Department of Natural Resources requires the City of Ozark to submit a CCR Annual Report annually.  A second report is done for the Finley River CCR area.  These reports describes the status of water quality in Ozark. 

Water Connections
The process for obtaining connection to the City of Ozark’s water system and the fee schedule for connection is outlined in the document titled Procedures for connection to City of Ozark Utilities, (water & sewer). 
If it becomes necessary to cut into a city street to do a connection or repair, a street cut permit with a deposit will be required.  Public Works’ approval is required before the permit is issued. 

Finley Valley Water System Updates

May 13, 2011-Public Works Director, Larry Martin, and City Attorney, Dave Collignon, met with representatives of the Public Service Commission (PSC) via conference call on May 12, 2011. The purpose of this call was to continue efforts to complete needed improvements in the Finley Valley water system or connect to the City of Ozark water system. The PSC is interested in holding a public meeting to discuss the issues and options regarding the Finley Valley water system. The Ozark Public Works Department is committed to making improvements to the existing system or connecting Finley Valley to the City distribution system in 2011. For more information or questions please contact Larry Martin at 417-581-2407.

January 20, 2011- There are reports of low water pressure in the Finley Valley subdivision.  The Ozark Public Works department has been notified and is currently addressing the problem.  At this time there has not been a power outage that the City is aware of that may have caused the issue.  Both pumps are running properly, which leads the Public Works department to believe the problem is in the controls or contacts. 

In the future, unifying the Finley Valley water system with the rest of the City water system will help in detecting and fixing issues related to the current situation.  At this time the City is waiting for direction from the Public Service Commission on what the next step is to unify the two systems. 

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