STEP 1 Locate your meter box, generally found towards the front of a property, near the street. The box is typically in a direct line with the main outside faucet. It is housed in a concrete or green plastic box. Remove the lid by using a tool such as a large screwdriver. Insert the tool into one of the holes and pry the lid off.
STEP 2 Once you open the meter box lid, lift the protective cap on the meter. On the face of the meter, there is a large dial and a display of numbers. For the residential meter, each rotation of the dial measures 1 cubic foot (7.48 gallons). Read the number display from left to right. Be sure to include the stationary zero (not all meters). This is your meter reading. Meters measure water in cubic feet. Charges for the amount of water consumed are rounded to the nearest cubic foot used during a billing period. Compare that reading to what your bill states as your current or present reading.
STEP 3 Keep in mind that you might be checking your meter on a date different from the one used for billing. This could result in a difference in the amount you find, compared with the amount on which your bill is based. However, if your reading is considerably higher than what is on your bill, check for a leak or try to determine the source of large water use. If your reading is significantly lower than the reading on your bill, please contact us and let us assist you in determining the problem.
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February 2020 water bills sent on March 3, 2020
February 2020 water bills due on March 24, 2020
Current Allotment- 750 cubic feet per share for the first share and 150 cubic feet for the remaining shares. Please keep water use within your allotment.
Meter Reading Dates for March 2020
Route 1- Wednesday March 25, 2020
Route 2- Thursday March 26, 2020
Route 3- Friday March 27, 2020
Route 4- Monday March 30, 2020
The above dates are subject to change.