Officials in Council Grove say they are lifting water restrictions originally placed on the town on Thursday.
Crews finished work on a temporary bypass early Saturday morning, restoring water flow to the town's water intake tower at Council Grove City Lake.
Divers will begin inspections of the the intake tower to determine the exact cause and location of the blockage.
Zebra mussels are causing water problems in Council Grove.
City Administrator Danny Matthews on Thursday night asked residents not use any city water for the time being because the city's water tower is nearly empty.
Matthews says zebra mussels are clogging the tower's intake from Council Grove City Lake. Crews are working to clear the intake.
Matthews says it will take eight to 10 hours to fill the water tower again once the intake work is done.
WIBW reports citizens are being asked to avoid using any city water so the water still in the tower is available for emergencies.