Planned Power Outage - June 28, 5:00 - 6:00 a.m.

A planned power outage will take place in Waterville on Tuesday, June 28, between the hours of 5:00 - 6:00 a.m.

This outage will be for all Waterville electric customers and due to Evergy line work.

The times stated for this planned outage are based on the best information we have available at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you in advance for your cooperation.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call 363-2367.



Storm Clean-Up

Evergy is currently working on restoring power to Waterville and it should be on again sometime today.

The city crew will continue to pick up debris along curbside through this week. Please leave piles no longer than 8' and do not place over a water pit or sprinkler heads. There is a lot to pick up and only four of them - please be patient! If you would like it removed before they can get to your property you may haul to the city dump located at the west end of Walnut Street. Please remember this is a brush dump only.

The Community Center is open for those who may need electricity for oxygen etc... There will be free water at this location as well.

It is looking like the swimming pool will be closed for a couple days due to the storm.


Accepting Pool Manager and Lifeguard Applications!

The City of Waterville is accepting applications until March 14 for Pool Manager and Lifeguards for the 2022 summer season. Applications are available at the city office or you may go to the news and information-forms tab on this site. Please call the city office if you have any questions! 363-2367


Drinking Water Warning

Do not give the water to infants under 6 months old or use it to make infant formula.

Waterville Celebrates Public Power Week

Waterville Celebrates Public Power Week

October 3-9, 2021

The City of Waterville is celebrating Public Power Week this week. Kansas Power Pool treated the city crew and staff to a pizza lunch Thursday after their monthly safety meeting. Spreading the word of the celebration included signs, social media posts, and hosting a food drive for the new Blessing Box.


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