Due to the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19/novel coronavirus pandemic, please note that any estimates of lead times or availability are subject to abrupt change well beyond our control. We will do what we reasonably can to offer you the best information we have available, but circumstances may change in ways that cannot easily be foreseen or accounted-for. We will strive to help in any reasonable way possible.
Flooding has reduced the Cedar Rapids water supply to 25% of its normal capacity. Iowa's second-largest city is under severe stress as floodwaters damage large parts of the city. Municipal water supplies are rarely appreciated until they are no longer able to serve people's normal demand.