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Due to extended rain periods, the opening of Trenton and Tedford will occur April 14th.
The City of Nichols Hills water supply is from the Garber-Wellington Aquifer, The City owns 23 and operates 23 water wells. In addition, three ground reservoirs and two elevated tank reservoirs hold a total of 8,750,000 gallons in reserve, for use and fire protection.
The health and safety of the City is protected by the city sewer system. These lines are more than adequate to meet the city’s needs. Sewage is processed and treated by the City of Oklahoma City at their North Canadian treatment plant.
All swimming pool backwash systems must be connected to your sanitary sewer system. You cannot discharge through yard drains or hoses draining onto the street.
If you have problems with your water service, sewer service or trash service please contact the Public Works Department at 843-5222.