Utilities – Charlotte County Government
No. The meter is the property of the Utility and only authorized personnel can turn the water off/on at the meter. Should you need the water turned off/on at the meter, please contact our Customer Account Specialists at (941) 764-4300 and select Customer Service for assistance. If someone other than the Utility turns off/on the water, a meter tampering fee may be assessed to your account.
PWD Water Service FAQ's
Unless you have a valve on the house-side of the meter, the angle stop valve on the street side of the water meter must be shut off by Palmdale Water District. During office hours, call us at (661) 947-4111, and after hours (and weekends) call us at (661) 947-4114. Note: If a consumer is found to be responsible to any damage done to District property, such damages shall be reimbursed to the District at cost plus administrative overhead.
Central Arkansas Water/source/faq
The valve on the water meter is for use by Central Arkansas Water personnel. If we inspect the meter and find the shutoff valve operates to our satisfaction it will be left as is. The Arkansas Health Department Plumbing Code requires the customer to have a shutoff valve outside the meter box that will shut off the water to the entire structure in case of an emergency.
Alameda County Water District: FAQs
Generally, water meters are found near the curb in front of the home. You should easily be able to find your water meter by walking the property line in front of your home. The meter will be covered by a lid labeled "water" or "ACWD." If you have difficulty finding your meter, please call ACWD Customer Service and an ACWD representative will assist you in locating it.
Solar Power FAQs
Yes. Most meters are built to be bi-directional. However, upon inspecting your solar power system for parallel operation to theirs, the utility company will change out your existing meter with a new one. That will not cost anything, unless you're installing a Time-of-Use meter.
City of Junction City, Kansas
Please call Public Works at 238-7142 during normal business hours and Junction City Police Department at 238-5912 at night or weekends.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) - Colloidal Silver Colloids
Mesosilver will turn clear as water if it is frozen solid or contaminated in use. To prevent contamination:
Frequently Asked Questions
Our Customer Service Center will want to get more information. The number is 645-8270. Representatives are available to take your call Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
A : The fact should be intimated giving full particulars such as name , address Meter number etc. to the concerned Divisional Officer as soon as. The Permission will granted to fix a new meter on verification and payment of Dues
City of Niagara Falls Canada - Water Meter FAQ
If you are consuming more than 26 cubic meters per month then you will be paying more than under the former flat rate system. Statistics Canada reports that the average person uses approximately nine (9) cubic meters per month. The average household in Niagara Falls is 2.5 people per household. Therefore, the average use should be 23 cubic meters.
S e q u i m , W A - Public Works - FAQ
Make your request to the City of Sequim Public Works Department at 615 N. 5th Ave., Sequim Wa. (Mail address: 152 West Cedar St.), or call 360-683-4908.
City of Richland Hills, Texas
Water meters are read on billing cycles of approximately thirty days each. Citizens living south of Baker Boulevard are billed around the 4th of each month. Payment for these bills is due no later than the 18th of the month. Citizens living north of Baker Boulevard are billed around the 18th of each month. Payment for these bills is due no later than the 4th of the following month. All bills not paid by their respective due dates are subject to penalty and interest of 10% of the amount due.
City of Soledad - Frequently Asked Questions
Malfunctioning water meters actually record less than actual water consumption so you will not be over charged for water service due to a malfunctioning meter.
Yes. This is accomplished by capturing the meter reading into a computer as the meter reader drives by your meter in a marked City vehicle.
PWD Water Service FAQ's
Most water meters are located at the front of your property at either the property line near the sidewalk or street. The District uses a "speedometer" type meter that works like the odometer in your car... except that it records cubic feet of water instead of miles traveled. The series of numbers in the odometer reflect your water consumption in units of 100 cubic feet (=748 gallons of water). Read the numbers left to right, but don't include the last two numbers on the far right.