The Water & Sewer Line Maintenance Team is responsible for the following:
- Installation, Repair and Maintenance of the Water and Sewer infrastructure
- Hydrant Flushing
- Meter Reading and Meter Repair/Replacement
- Repair of water and sewer residential services
Water leaks are very expensive and can play havoc with your water bill and your budget. We encourage you to make it a regular practice to check all toilets and faucets for leaks. It is easy. Click the following link: Leak Checks
Tips to prevent sewer back-ups:
Keep Sinks and Toilets Clear of Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) and those dreaded WIPES!
These common sources of Sewer Back-ups should NEVER be flushed down the toilet or poured down the drain:
“Flushable” Wipes – actually get stuck once they are flushed. This is a huge problem – and costly too.
• Gravy, sauces and soups
• Cooking oil, butter, shortening, lard and margarine
• Milk, cream, sour cream and mayonnaise
• Food scraps
• Oil from cooked meats
Avoid Clogged Pipes – Take a moment to see the attached photos that capture what our Public Works Crews are finding in your sewer pipes.
Disconnect Your Downspout
A downspout, also known as a roof leader, carries excess storm water from roofs and gutters away from homes to yards and grassy areas. Be certain the rain runoff is not connected to the sewer system.