City continues hydrant flushing

City of Rockford residents who experienced abnormalities in their water pressure need not worry. The City Department of Public Services has been flushing hydrants, a twice-annual housekeeping project to ensure the hydrants are in good working order. Here City staff flush a hydrant near the Squire office on Northland Drive. Photo by Kate Sickrey

City of Rockford residents who experienced abnormalities in their water pressure need not worry. The City Department of Public Services has been flushing hydrants, a twice-annual housekeeping project to ensure the hydrants are in good working order. Here City staff flush a hydrant near the Squire office on Northland Drive.

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