Drinking water temporarily unavailable at Memphis SRA

May 18, 2018 Jerry Kane

LINCOLN, Neb. – Drinking water is temporarily unavailable for guests at Memphis State Recreation Area in Saunders County.

Wells currently are not operational at the area because of groundwater conditions. Hydrants will be shut down until potable water is available.

Guests are asked to bring their own water, or check availability of bottled water at the private concession located at the park, until the situation has been resolved.

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is working with the Village of Memphis to develop alternative solutions.

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