How is my meter read? How do I read my meter?

Some meters are read manually by the homeowner every quarter; other newer meters are read remotely through a device installed on your meter. The City is currently working to change out all of the old meters to new radio read meters. To read you meter/submit a reading, read the digits on the meter from left to right. Please include the stationary zero on the extreme right end (if there is more than one stationary zero, please note). You can find a diagram of your water meter on our main utility page.

Visit our Utility Page for a Water Meter Diagram

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1. What lead to the proposal for a new utility rate structure?
2. How is my meter read? How do I read my meter?
3. How can I pay my city utility bill?
4. How often will my bill come and what are the rates?
5. How do I set up or cancel services?
6. What is winter quarter?
7. How can I tell if I have a leak?
8. Why is my bill higher than my neighbors?
9. Why do I have to pay for recycling? I do not recycle.
10. I am on a limited income and can't afford to pay my water bill. Does the City have discount rates?
11. Can I make payments?
12. My renter is moving out. How much is their final bill?