In 2014, the city of Napa, California, experienced a 6.0 magnitude earthquake, which caused about a year’s worth of water main breaks in just six days. But that wasn’t the end of it; the breaks continued for another six months at a very high break rate. In this video, you’ll get a look at the recovery process, and you’ll find out how water division employees have worked to get the distribution system back on its feet. Two years after the event, the city is back to water main flushing and is working on attaining FEMA funds to fund construction projects.