Friday, July 10, 2020

KRWA Continues to Provide Services During COVID-19 Pandemic . . .

Kansas Rural Water Association is continuing to provide services to water and wastewater utilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.  

KRWA began onsite training sessions on June 16. Check KRWA's training schedule at Most sessions fill very early.  KRWA is requesting early registration in order to ensure room set up to allow for social distancing. KRWA also provides masks for those attending.

If any water or wastewater system is in need of help, just send an email to or call the office at 785.336.3760 or contact a staff member directly. Find their contact information under "About" on this page.


KRWA E-News for July 6, 20202

07/06/2020 - Weekly KRWA E-News

City of Topeka Resumes Utility Disconnections
According to a news release from Molly Hadfield, the city’s media relations director, utility accounts not in good standing will be subject to disconnects beginning this week. The city also is making several resources available for those struggling to make payments. One of those resources is the

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