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Staying Hydrated During Winter

We're all familiar with the need to keep hydrated during hot weather. But hydration is just as important during winter because cold air means dry air.

Save Time and Money With These Holiday Water Tips

The holiday season can be a busy time. With all the festivities, you may find that your water use, and in turn water bill, goes up.

We don’t want your water bill to be another thing you have to worry about this time of year. Here are some helpful tips on how you can save time and money this holiday season.

How to Spot a Utility Scammer

Utility scams tend to increase during the holiday season, which is why Utility Scam Awareness Day is recognized each year in November. We want to make sure our customers know what to look for in the event that someone calls or shows up at your home claiming to be a Cleveland Water employee.

We're Prepared for Winter Weather

Harsh winter weather is never convenient. But at Cleveland Water, we do everything we can to minimize the impact it may have on your drinking water.

Beware of Costly Plumbing Leaks this Winter

Winter’s cold temperatures can make your home’s plumbing more prone to leaks. The average household leak can account for more than 10,000 gallons per year, wasting water and money!

Change your Clock, Check your Batteries… and Clean your Aerators

With daylight savings time ending this weekend, after you change your clocks and smoke detector batteries, don’t forget to clean your faucet aerators, too!

Cleveland STEP Learns About Ingenuity at Cleveland Water

October’s Cleveland STEP class visited Cleveland Water's Garrett A. Morgan Water Treatment Plant.

25th Year of Cleveland STEP Kicks off at NEORSD

Cleveland STEP, our fun, free program for sixth through ninth graders interested in STEM, has officially begun its 25th year!

Fall 2019 Suburban Water Main Project Awards Announced

Cleveland Water has awarded almost $7 million for water main replacement projects to ten suburban service communities. These awards are part of its $26 million annual capital investment in buried infrastructure.

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