The City of Manhattan uses groundwater as its source of drinking water. The city has 20 wells that pump groundwater to the Water Treatment Plant.
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In a 2020 survey of 24 first class Kansas cities, 21 cities had water rates higher than the City of Manhattan — at a monthly consumption of 5,000 gallons — and 12 cities had sewer rates higher than Manhattan.
Generally, yes. However, connection is dependent on where your property is located and if water or sewer infrastructure is available, or if your property is located within the boundaries of an adjacent utility service area. An outside city service agreement must be approved.
Contact Public Works at 587-4530 for more information.