Water Maintenance

The City of Monroe Water Utility Department is responsible for the safe operation of the City's water treatment and distribution facilities. The City currently operates one water treatment facility which is currently producing about 370,000 gal/...

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Gas and Electric Service-Duke - 1-800-544-6900 or 513-421-9500Telephone Services-A T & T - 1-800-331-0500Cincinnati Bell - 1-866-565-2210Time Warner - 1-800-677-9767Cable Service-Time Warner Cable Service- 513-424-2408HughesNet -...

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There is red water coming out of my faucet, how do I get rid of it?Turn the water on in your bathtub and let it run for 10-15 minutes. Then try not to run any water for 1 hour. This should take care of the problem if it does not please call the...

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Utilities: Boil Advisory Instructions Understanding when to boil your drinking water. Ohio public water systems are required to continually monitor for contaminants. Under certain circumstances residents are publicly notified with instructions to...

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Utilities: Payment OptionsAll utility payments must be received, not postmarked, by the due date that is stated on each bill to avoid a 10% penalty.Payment options are as follows: Mail PaymentsMailing Address: City of MonroeP. O. Box...

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Utilities: Water ServiceHome Water MetersYour water meter is a precision instrument built to the exacting standards of the industry. The device is used to measure water usage in gallons. After a three year installation process, most homes in...

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2007 Water Master Plan Update
Our goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supplly of drinking water.  We want you to understand the efforst we make to continually improve the water treatment process, ensure and adequate supply and protect our water...

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Water meters are read remotely through radio read equipment.  The Federal Communications Commission recently required that certain radio frequencies being used by the City to read our meters could no longer be used, which prompted the necessity of...

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