Go green with E-Billing for your water utility services.
What to do if you have received a bill that seems too high, which may be a sign of a water leak.
Stormwater bills are based on the total impervious area on each parcel. They’re delivered either bi-monthly on the water bill, annually or semi-annually. Have a question about your Stormwater bill? Would you like to pay your Stormwater Utility bill? Check here for Stormwater bill FAQs or Pay your utility bill here Call [...]
How to pay your water bill, with convenient online, automatic draft, mail or in person options.
A list of water consumption charges for various types of activities, as well as information on other water fees.
Our goal is to keep city streets free of excess debris and to prevent property damage resulting from rainwater runoff from the streets. We count on you to let us know when there is flooding, clogged or broken storm drains, or when you’re street needs to be swept . To report a broken or clogged [...]
Storm drains are meant to carry rain water and nothing else. Instances of sediment and soil erosion or dumping materials into a storm drain are violations of the Unified Development Ordinance, Section 12-7-2(h) and section 12-7-2(k)1. To learn more about, or to report illicit discharge, click here.
Find out about sewerage services provided by Metropolitan Sewerage District (MSD), and how to ask questions and find additional information.
Instructions for starting or stopping water service.
View the yearly water quality report, current advisories and outages, as well as register to be notified of advisories in your area.