What is the hardness of the water? And what about iron, fluoride, and chlorine?
There are 17 to 22 grains per gallon of water.

Iron levels discharged from the treatment plants are from 0.03 to 0.06 milligrams per liter or parts per million. Iron levels can be higher due to the iron pipes in the distribution system. On rare occasions, problems in the filtration process can cause higher levels of iron to be discharged from the treatment plants.

Fluoride is added to our water. The levels of fluoride are kept around 1.0 to 1.3 milligrams per liter or parts per million.

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1. Can I pay my bill online?
2. I am new to the community. What is included on my utility bill and what will the bill look like?
3. I see a water leak. How do I get someone to come check it out? How long will the water be off?
4. What is a boil water advisory? What should I do when a boil water advisory has been issued?
5. What is the hardness of the water? And what about iron, fluoride, and chlorine?
6. Where can I find information on how to deal with basement seepage?
7. What part of the service line is my responsibility, and what part is the Water Department?