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Kansas City, Missouri, United States

Updated: January 25, 2023 10:17 AM
Almost 3,000 local electric customers were without power Wednesday morning as snow fell on the Kansas City metro. At the snowfall’s peak between 5 and 6 a.m., over 2,800 people in the metro were experiencing outages, including over 2,500 in Johnson County. By 7 a.m., the vast... See More majority of those had been restored, leaving only around 500 people in Johnson County without power, according to EVERGY’s Outage Map. One large area stretched from West 47th Avenue south past Shawnee Mission Parkway. That outage was first reported at 3:45 a.m. and took multiple hours to be resolved. By 7 a.m., west of the metro in Douglas County was where the majority of concentrated power outages still stood, with 1,245 customers affected.

Outage link: outagemap.evergy.com
Source: kctv5.com
Published: 2023-01-25
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A precautionary boil water advisory issued Friday for customers on 17th Street from Main Street to Campbell Street after a 30-inch main ruptured in the Crossroads District has been canceled.

Source: kansascity.com
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December 31, 2022. Out of an abundance of caution, KC Water is issuing a precautionary boil water advisory to customers from Main Street to Manchester Trafficway, East to West, and Independence Ave. to Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd. North to South after a 30 inch main ruptured on... See More Friday, Dec. 30th. Water service in the area has returned for most. While waiting on results, customers should follow the following boil water advisory until a cancellation notice is issued.

Source: kcmo.gov
Published: 2022-12-31
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Out of an abundance of caution, KC Water is issuing a precautionary boil water advisory to customers from Main St to Manchester Trafficway, East to West, and Independence Blvd. to Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd. North to South. This is a recommendation, not a requirement.

Source: dailytimes.com
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KC Water has cancelled the precautionary boil water advisory for customers within two areas in Jackson County – customers in the Northeast Industrial District and portions of the northern part of the Historic Old Northeast within the boundaries of I-35 to I-435, and from St. John Avenue... See More to the Missouri River and for customers in the Union Hill and Longfellow neighborhoods within the boundaries of Main Street to Troost Avenue, and from Linwood Boulevard to East 27th Street.

Source: twitter.com
Published: 2022-10-06
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KC Water issued a precautionary boil water advisory for customers within two areas in Jackson County. The advisory is for customers in the Northeast Industrial District and portions of the northern part of the Historic Old Northeast within the boundaries of I-35 to I-435 and from St.... See More John Avenue to the Missouri River.
The advisory is also for customers in the Union Hill and Longfellow neighborhoods within the boundaries of Main Street to Troost Avenue and from Linwood Boulevard to East 27th Street.

Source: twitter.com
Published: 2022-10-05
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More than 500 customers in the River Market area are without power tonight. The outage polygon encompasses an area from E. 2nd Street to the north, W. Independence Avenue to the south, past Wyandotte Street to the west, and nearly to Grand Boulevard to the east.

Outage... See More link: outagemap.evergy.com
Source: kctv5.com
Published: 2022-08-29
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According to the University of Missouri – Kansas City, a power outage will leave the schools of medicine and dentistry, as well as the Hospital Hill apartment complex, without power for 24 hours. The power outage does not affect the health sciences building. According to Evergy’s outage... See More map, 406 customers are without power in that area.

Outage link: outagemap.evergy.com
Source: fox4kc.com
Published: 2022-07-14
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The Plaza was impacted by a power outage this afternoon. According to the outage map online, about 3,000 customers were impacted. The boundaries of the outage area were: 43rd Street to the north, Mill Creek Parkway to the east, Ward Parkway to the south, and Mercier Street... See More to the west.

Outage link: outagemap.evergy.com
Source: kctv5.com
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