WATER
The 2015 Consumer Confidence Report regarding the City's drinking water is available on the website.
The 2014 Consumer Confidence Report regarding the City's drinking water is available on the website.
The 2013 Consumer Confidence Report regarding the City's drinking water is available on the website.
The 2012 Consumer Confidence Report regarding the City's drinking water is available on the website.
The 2011 Consumer Confidence Report regarding the City's drinking water is available on the website.
The 2009 Consumer Confidence Report regarding the City's drinking water is available on the website.

Water Notification:
1)  We are required to monitor your drinking water for specific contaminants on a regular basis.  Results of regular monitoring are an indicator of whether or not our drinking water meets health standards.  During the 1st quarter of 2016 we did not monitor or test for total trihalomethanes (TTHM) and haloacetic acids (HAA5) in the distribution system and therefore cannot be sure of the quality of the drinking water during that time. 

2)  Please see the two attached notification letters.  One is an English version, the other is translated to Spanish


There is a $100.deposit required to establish a new water service account.  Water must be turned on in the same name of the person responsible for payment.  The deposit must be paid in full before water will be turned on.

NO water turn-on OR turn-offs will be made on Saturday, Sunday of Holidays.

Most houses and apartments within City limits are charged on a flat rate based on lot size.  Residences on lots up to 4,000 square feet pay $41.57 per month; residences on lots from 4,001 to 5,000 square feet pay $47.00 per month; residences on lots over 5,000 square feet pay $47.00 plus $.97 for each additional 100 square feet over 5,000 square feet.

Residences with meters are charged a minimum monthly rate of $41.57 which includes usage of up to 600 cubic feet.  If the monthly usage is over 600 cubic feet the charge is $1.11 for each additional 100 cubic feet.

All utility service bills are generated on the last day of the month and are payable upon receipt.  Bills become delinquent if not paid by the 15th of the month.  Utility bills not paid within 45 days become subject to turn-off.

The following penalties and fees have been approved by the City Council and apply to delinquent accounts:

15-Day Penalty ($5)

The due date for the utility bill is the 15th of the month.  For example, a bill sent out June 30th would be due by July 15th.  This will keep the account current.

45-Day Penalty

(Shut-Off Notice, $10.00)

Bills that remain unpaid for 45 days will be charged a penalty of $10.00 and have a shut-off notice hung on their door.  For example, a bill sent out on June 30th that remains unpaid until July 15th will have a $10.00 penalty charged to their account.  A hut-off notice tag will be hung on the door.  If payment is not received by the date on the door tag the water will be shut-off.

Water Turn-Off Penalty

($10.00)

Accounts that are turned off will be charged an additional $10.00 penalty.

Example:  June billing (for May Service)

Bill mailed:   May 31st
 Bill due:  June 15th
 $5.00 late charge:  June 16th
 $10 late charge, shut-off notice:  July 15th
 $10 Water turn-off penalty:  if water is turned off