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Regularly scheduled Council Meeting and KUA Board Meeting will be on Tuesday, February 20, 2024 at 7:00PM at Krebs city hall.
The Audit & Finance Meeting is scheduled for 6:00 pm on February 13, 2024 at the Gene Heathcock Community Center in Krebs, OK.
City offices will be closed for President's Day on February 19, 2024. They will re-open at 8:00 am on Tuesday, February 20, 2024.
The Krebs Utilities Authority will have a rate increase of 5% effective with the January 1, 2024 billing. This includes water, sewer, and trash rates.
Beginning September 5, 2023, city hall office hours will be 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. With the exception of recognized holidays.
Please contact City Hall with issues related to your trash service, including damaged carts or missed service. Keep in mind, we must notify Republic Services before 3:00 pm in order for the driver to attempt service on the same day it was scheduled to be picked up. However, if this is not possible, the driver will return the following business day.
Please be conservative and pay attention to leaking toilets. Leaking toilets can cause your water bill to be higher than normal. These are usually easy and inexpensive fixes. If a toilet is constantly running, it can use 6,480 gallons PER DAY. That would be 194,400 gallons of water for 30 days. This would be a VERY expensive water bill. Please see the link below for more information.
ODEQ has issued a Notice of Violation (NOV) for Krebs Utilities Authority for the month of May 2021. Please read the information posted under the Residents tab - Water Department - Water Utilities - Relevant Documents.
Please follow the link to read the 2019 Consumer Confidence Report.
There are 2 new grills installed at Deerinwater Park next to the Pavillion. Thanks to Steve DeFrange and Jackie Smith.
If there is a tornado warning for the City of Krebs, the elementary school is supposed to be unlocked for the use of shelter.
It's that time of year again, our Emergency Management will be putting storm shelters into the GPS system so that we can find them in the event of a disaster. Please register your storm shelters with Krebs City Hall. We have forms to fill out at City Hall and also should have something online soon. Even if you have registered in the past please reregister to ensure we have you on our list.
On May 15,2018 the KUA Board approved an amendment to City Code Chapter 18 Public Utilities. City owned utilities - Residents must connect to water and sewer systems if they are within 560 feet of the public utility. Non-payment for services is considered theft of city services.