City crews continue to work to restore water to Tulsa neighborhoods, businesses

TULSA, Okla. — Water issues are getting better in Tulsa as crews continue to fix broken waterlines all throughout the city caused from recent winter weather.

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The last city of Tulsa update said 33 waterlines have been repaired from yesterday to today. As of Monday afternoon, there’s still 50 active water breaks in the city of Tulsa with 641 residential customers and 72 businesses being affected, reportedly.

FOX23 spoke with a man who lives near Utica Square in midtown Tulsa today, where crews were working to fix a waterline break. By 2 p.m. his water finally came back on after two days of not having any.

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City crews are prioritizing repairs based on when the waterlines were reportedly shut down.

Residents are still being asked to conserve water until the water situation is fully functional.

To report a waterline break, customers can call water dispatch at (918) 596-9488 or sewer dispatch at (918) 586-6999.