When the City of Plattsmouth issued a water emergency after the historic flooding this year, it looked like the city would not be able to fill the Twin Rivers Water Park pool for the summer. Thanks to several local companies, the community will be able to enjoy the outdoor water park after all!
Roger Schmidt of Liquid Trucking offered to truck the water to the pool, and Robert Meisinger of FastGrass is providing the well water. The water had to meet the state standards for water quality before it could be approved for use in the pool.
The water is being trucked and pumped into the swimming pool at Twin Rivers Water Park. Liquid Trucking is providing the trucks. The well water, provided by FastGrass, is being delivered through a 400-foot long pipe that reaches from 18th Street to the pool. The pipe was bought by Terry Kerns of Kerns Excavating. Piping the water from 18th Street was necessary because of the risk of the trucks damaging the parking lot at the water park.
The City of Plattsmouth and the community thank OFC Schmidt Liquid Trucking, FastGrass, and Kerns Excavating for helping to provide a safe and fun summer experience for children and families.