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Save on your water bills with indoor & outdoor water conservation tips and rebates. See reduce water use.
Water leaks, dripping faucets or a constantly running toilet affect your water consumption and your water and sewer charges. Learn how to find and fix water leaks.
There are different water rates for summer and winter seasons, as well as Third Tier rate information for high water use customers. See water rates.
Learn the steps you need to take to begin new water service. See new water service.
Learn how to read your water meter, change your meter size and use your meter to test for leaks.
Where is it? Water meters are typically located:
See water meters.
Learn about the quality of your drinking water and how it is tested. Find information on lead in drinking water, health risk and Cryptosporidium, and answers about common water quality problems. See water quality.
Current projects include: Reservoir Covering Program, Morse Lake Pump Plant and Queen Anne Improvements. See water system projects.
The Water System Advisory Committee (WSAC) members participate in review of SPU’s programs, policies and services related to drinking water quality and customer confidence. See Water System Advisory Committee.
SPU manages a reliable, efficient system that supplies clean water (about 140 million gallons daily!) to approximately 1.4 million people in the Seattle area. Learn more about the pristine source of our water, supply and usage, dam safety, and our extensive efforts to protect our drinking water. See About the Water System