WATER RATES – Effective July, 2015
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL WATER
CUSTOMER CHARGE $7.64
FIRST 10,000 GALLONS @$2.02PER 1,000 GALLONS.
ALL OVER 10,000 GALLONS @$2.13 PER 1,000 GALLONS
CUSTOMER CHARGE $9.00
FIRST 10,000 GALLONS @ $3.00 PER 1,000 GALLONS.
ALL OVER 10,000 GALLONS @ $3.22 PER 1,000 GALLONS.
City of Fairview Water Quality Report/Monitoring Results
|WATER PIPE LEAKS|
A stream of water 1/16" in diameter (about the size of a pinhead) is 25,000 gallons
of water in one month. Remember, this leak will continue 24 hours a day under about 50 pounds per square inch (psi) pressure.
|TOILET TANK OVERFLOW|
When our toilet continues to "run" and when we hear it we
jiggle the handle to make it stop. During the time it has been "running," water is drawn into the toilet tank and
then is draining into the sewer pipe. This kind of leak wastes 5,000 to 10,000 gallons of water each month. A second problem
is created by this kind of leak because extra water is put into the sewer lagoon ponds causing the pond level to rise too
|GARDEN HOSE LEFT ON OVERNIGHT|
A three-quarter inch garden hose, left running for 8 hours, will flow more than 10,000 gallons
negative impact is threefold:
Leaks waste our most precious and necessary natural resource.
2. All the water that flows through your
water meter, used or leaked away, costs you money.
3. Your sewer bill is calculated by a certain number
of dollars and cents multiplied by your water consumption! In this case, water consumption means the number of gallons that
passed through your water meter.
Water conservation is not only good for the all of humanity,
it is also healthy for your bank account!
If you wish more information about water conservation,
please call or visit us at City Hall or contact us by e-mail. If you suspect you might have a leak, please contact us.