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Posted on: March 4, 2020

Victoria Fire Department performs maintenance on fire hydrants

Fire department employees check fire hydrant

The City of Victoria Fire Department is starting its annual maintenance checks on fire hydrants throughout the city.

The maintenance checks started this week and will continue for two to three months. Crews will be working to ensure that fire hydrants are operating correctly. Residents are asked to exercise caution if they see crews working on or near fire hydrants.

Water flows from fire hydrantThere will be no disruption in water pressure as a result of these maintenance checks.

PHOTO #1: Victoria Fire Department Engineer Cody Langridge, left, and Lt. Nick Mosmeyer remove the caps from a fire hydrant during a maintenance check.

PHOTO #2: Victoria Fire Department Lt. Nick Mosmeyer checks to make sure that the water flowing from a fire hydrant is clear and free of contaminants during a maintenance check.

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