The repaired section is currently gravel only. Asphalting will be done later. Please continue to use caution in this area and obey the traffic signs. We have speed limit signs posted for 10 MPH thru the repaired section.

THIRD UPDATE -- Via a press release from the City of Camdenton on Wednesday, August 9, 2017. Please be advised that the section of Dawson Road that was recently damaged due to heavy rains has been re-opened. 

The repaired section is currently gravel only. Asphalting will be done later. Please continue to use caution in this area and obey the traffic signs. We have speed limit signs posted for 10 MPH thru the repaired section. 

We will continue to keep residents update on the road condition. Thank you for your patience. If you have any questions you may call 573-346-3600 or 573-346-7293.

SECOND UPDATE -- Please be advised that the water samples from the water break on Bent Tree and Forestway Drive area came back clear. The boil advisory has been lifted. 

UPDATE -- As of approximately 11:30 a.m. August 6, 2017, the City of Camdenton issued an update reporting that water has been restored to the affected areas. 

"Dawson Road will be closed thru Monday for all necessary repairs to be completed," according to an updated post from the City's official Facebook page. "Thank you for your patience." 

INITIAL REPORT: 

Citizens residing in the area of Bent Tree Lane and Forest View Drive in Camdenton are without water "until further notice" as a boil advisory has also been issued for the area following severe thunderstorms yesterday. 

According to a press release from the City of Camdenton issued at approximately 9:00 a.m. Sunday, August 6, 2017 , Dawson Road has also been damaged and the road is blocked by barriers in both directions. The City says motorists should not attempt to go around the barriers and find an alternative route. 

"Crews are working to make repairs as quickly as possible," according to the release. "Crews are working to repair the break as well as make contact with the residents on these streets."

"We will continue to keep residents update on these issues and when they have been resolved. Thank you for your patience. If you have any questions you may call 573-346-3600 or 573-346-7293."