The water treatment plant in the town in Montana has been turned off for the time being.
As a result of floods in Yellowstone National Park on Wednesday, the largest city in the state of Montana was at imminent risk of running out of fresh drinking water.
However, on Thursday, the National Weather Service in Billings announced that a flood warning that had been issued for the river in Billings had been lifted because of the rain.
It is expected that the rate of water level fall will continue at its rapid pace today. Be aware of any damage that may have been caused to country roads as a result of the flooding, and adhere to any road restrictions “messaged the group via Twitter.
The Yellowstone River, which serves as the primary source of drinking water for the community, has reached an all-time high level of 16 feet.