Why is my bill so high?

The most common cause of an unexpected high bill is a leak, and the most common leak is a leaking toilet. Just one toilet running can waste over 1,000 gallons of water in a single day. This is usually an inexpensive and easy fix. There may also be leaks in other parts of your plumbing system. 

Another cause of a high bill is an increase in usage. This could be changes in outdoor use including watering the lawn, the use of a sprinkler system, or even kids playing in the hose or sprinkler over the summer.

If you believe your statement is incorrect, please contact MuniBilling at 877-210-9274. They will be happy to send a maintenance technician to recheck the read on your meter and make any adjustments if needed.

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1. I need to sign up for service or cancel service. What do I do?
2. Can I drop off my bill payment at the Treasurer’s Office?
3. I am filling a pool. Can my bill be adjusted?
4. Why is my bill so high?
5. I have received a notice that the maximum contaminate level for lead in drinking water has been exceeded in some homes in my area. What does that mean?
6. How do I receive notifications about my water/wastewater?
7. How can I know where water/wastewater lines are located on my property?