As your water provider, our goal is to make sure there's an adequate supply of safe water to meet your day-to-day needs -- and an abundant supply in the event of a fire or other catastrophic event.
Safe water provides fire protection, protects public health, supports the economy and the overall quality of life we enjoy. Our job is to ensure that your water keeps flowing not only today, but into the future. It's all part of our commitment to serve you and everyone in our community.
- April 22, 2020First Week of Flushing Water Mains (April 26 - May 2)
The Norfolk Water Division will begin their annual water main flushing program on April 26th, 2020. Flushing will be done during the evening and overnight hours beginning at 8:30 PM and concluding at 6:30 AM the following day. Flushing will begin Sunday… Read More
- March 25, 2020If It's Not Human Excrement or TP, Don't Flush It
Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, wastewater officials across the state are reporting increased clogged pipes as a result of citizens flushing items such as paper towels and disposable wipes down the drain. Even when those items make it through… Read More
- February 3, 2020Water/Sewer Division Awarded for Safety Practices
Earlier last fall, the City of Norfolk Water Treatment/Sewer and Water Pollution Control Divisions were recognized and awarded at conferences in Kearney for their safety practices. The Norfolk Water Treatment Plant prides itself in providing safe, clean… Read More