How do I read my meter or check for leak?
The City has installed meters that are capable of being read though radio transmission rather than manually for billing purposes. However you can still read the meters manually and check for leaks. Please view the guide for reading your water meter.

These meters also have the ability to store water usage data for the last 96 days. If you believe you have had a leak, or have questions about your water usage this data can be retrieved and provided to you upon request at no charge.
Guide For Reading Your Water Meter (PDF)

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1. Where can I learn additional details on Chlorine Burnout?
2. Where can I see the Chlorine Burnout PSA?
3. How do I read my meter or check for leak?
4. What happens if I have a water leak?
5. What is a Cross Connection/Backflow?
6. What does the City do about Cross Connection/Backflow?
7. Where can I get bulk water?
8. Why are my dishes spotted?
9. Why does our water look like milk coming out of the tap?
10. What causes water main breaks?
11. How do I know if a main break has occurred?
12. How does the water treatment plant work?
13. Where can I see analysis data for my tap water?
14. What to do when your pipes freeze?
15. How to Check for Water Leaks?