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Who owns the water meter?
The builder of each dwelling is required to purchase a meter when pulling the original building permit. The City is responsible for the initial installation of the meter. The Utilities Department maintains, repairs and if necessary, replaces all meters when they are no longer serviceable due to ordinary wear and tear. The expected life of a meter is 15 - 20 years.

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1. Can a leaking toilet really go through that much water?
2. What types of payments do you accept for utility bills?
3. My bill shows zero usage. What am I being billed for?
4. My meter was replaced and now I'm using more water. Is my new meter running fast?
5. OK, my reading checks out. How did I use that much water?
6. What are your current rates?
7. What can I do to use less water?
8. What should I do if my meter is stopped?
9. Where is my meter and reader located?
10. Who owns the water meter?
11. Why does my bill show zero usage?