Water Division Issues Guidance for Reopening Buildings After Extended COVID-19 Closures
While Coronavirus has not been proven to be transmitted through water systems, due to efforts to stop the spread of COVID19, the extended closures and low occupancy in many businesses and buildings may have compromised the quality of water within these structures. Reentering and using water within these businesses will require some steps to restore normal high water quality. During periods of stagnation and low use, water and moist environments can naturally promote bacterial growth, creating potential health risks.
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The City of Cedar Rapids has partnered with Municipal Collections of America (MCOA) to collect payment on past-due billings. Account holders with uncollected debt may have received a notice letter from MCOA providing payment options. If you have any questions, please work with MCOA by calling 1-877-751-7115 on Monday–Friday, 9 AM–5:30 PM.
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