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March 2020 Sets Record for High Monthly Lake Erie Water Levels

March was another record month for Lake Erie water levels at 574 feet. This monthly average is 3 inches higher than the previous March record of 573.75 feet set in 1986. On March 31, 2020, Lake Erie’s water levels are 574.36 feet.

How We're Addressing COVID-19 at Cleveland Water

Here at Cleveland Water, the health and well-being of our customers and employees is our top priority. We are closely monitoring the outbreak of coronavirus, and we’re working to safeguard the health of our community.

Plumbing Tips for the Best Quality Tap Water

We take great pride in delivering safe, high-quality drinking water to your home. Your plumbing also plays an important role in maintaining the quality of water coming from your tap.

Change your Clock, Check your Smoke Detectors… and Clean your Aerators

When we spring forward into daylight savings time this weekend, after you change your clocks and check your smoke detectors, don’t forget to clean your faucet aerators, too!

Cleveland Water Presents 2020 Budget

On Monday, Cleveland Water presented its portion of Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s 2020 proposed budget. Director of Public Utilities Robert Davis and Cleveland Water Commissioner Alex Margevicius presented to Cleveland City Council an overview of the division, performance metrics, financial statistics, and a review of recently completed and upcoming capital projects.

Homestead Renewal Applications Due March 31

Our Homestead Program offers a lower fixed charge and consumption rate. For an average customer, this amounts to a 50% savings on water and sewer bills.

Staying Hydrated for Heart Health

Proper hydration is essential for our overall health. Water helps your brain function, flush waste from the body, and regulate body temperature. It’s also essential for your heart.

January 2020 Lake Temps and Levels are Up, Up, Up

January 2020 brought two things – high lake levels and warm temperatures.

Cleveland STEP Students Learn About Green Building Practices from Osborn Engineering

January’s Cleveland STEP class visited Osborn Engineering.

Students visited Osborn Engineering where they learned about the global green building rating system. The students were able to connect with the Northeast Ohio Chapter of the United States Green Building Council’s (USGBC) team of Emerging Professionals, who taught the students about the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification process.

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