Important Information about your Drinking Water
The City of Perry routinely monitors for the presents of
contaminates in your drinking water. To see the latest report,
The DEQ has a fact sheet with information explaining TTHM's in your
drinking water ant what it means.
Click Here to view the information.
What are we doing to solve issues with your Drinking Water?
Proposed System improvement bids have been
awarded and contracts entered into between the City and the
Contractors. The monies to build the improvements are already
available. The improvements should be completed within 6 months.
These improvements should resolve the TTHM problem. As a part of
New Filter media is being purchased and installed.
2. A new Chlorine injection
system will be installed to raise chlorine residuals.
3. New filtration system will
An enclosure will be constructed to cover current water basins.
Wynn Construction out of OKC will do the Chlorination System, Filter
Media and TOC Instrument. Downey Construction from OKC will do
the Sludge Collection and Valve Automation. Rick Scott
Construction from Ponca City will do the Basin Enclosures.
What Services do we provide the Citizens of Perry?
The following services are provided
for City of Perry residents:
• Repair of water breaks on public
• Relocation of water meters and service lines to access new and
larger water mains.
• Investigation of low water pressure.
• Fire hydrant repair, replacement and preventive maintenance.
• Investigation of sanitary sewer odors.
• Dye testing, smoke testing, and removal of sanitary sewer
stoppages and overflows.
• Cleaning and repair of sanitary sewer lines.
• Restoration of public and private property after the repair of
water and sewer lines.
Source Water Protection is the
practice of monitoring and assessing the quality of our water
resources, and implementing programs that reduce pollutants and
chemical contaminants which could potentially negatively impact
these resources. Protecting water resources from contaminants also
eliminates the need for supplementary treatment procedures, and can
delay the cost of new infrastructure and related increases in water
Municipal water utilities are required
to monitor for more than 100 contaminants and comply with almost 90
water quality and safety regulations. Because of these regulations,
Perry water customers can confidently use our water supply without
fear of waterborne diseases such as cholera and dysentery that
strike millions annually in underdeveloped countries.