As we do every year, Cleveland Water continued to deliver safe, quality water to our customers in 2017. As outlined in our 2016 Water Quality Report, released in May of 2017, we consistently met and exceeded state and federal standards for water quality.
In 2007, Cleveland Water partnered with the Suburban Water Council of Governments to launch the Suburban Water Main Renewal Program (SWMRP), with the intent to renew local water mains in direct service suburbs.
Now that winter is here, Cleveland Water pipe repair crews have to battle the bitter cold temperatures as well as an increase in water main breaks. We experience an increase in breaks during the winter season because of the freeze and thaw process. Since we know this is coming, we take preventative measures throughout the year to try and reduce some of the breaks leading up to the winter season. One of the biggest ways we work to address this issue is through our Capital Improvement Program (CIP).
Holiday CircleFest kicks off at noon on Saturday, December 2, on Wade Oval in University Circle. Cleveland Water, Cleveland Public Power and Cleveland Water Pollution Control are proud to once again sponsor this event.
Due to ongoing repairs to a 54-inch main that was shut down earlier this month for emergency repairs, customers in some eastern suburbs may experience water that appears to be slightly cloudy when they turn on their faucet. The water has been tested and is safe to drink. THERE IS NO BOIL ADVISORY IN EFFECT.
Cleveland Public Power, Cleveland Water Pollution Control and Cleveland Water are proud sponsors of this year’s Winterfest celebration, the official kickoff to the holiday season.
Join us on Saturday, November 25 at Downtown Cleveland’s Public Square beginning at 1 p.m. for this free, family-friendly event. Find our booth inside Tower City Center with the Pop-Up Shops where local retailers will be offering perfect holiday gifts.
Cleveland Water will see an overall savings of $25.9 million in future debt payments by refunding previously issued revenue bonds with new bonds issued this year. The new issuance consists of $113,585,000 of water revenue bonds, the proceeds of which will refund water revenue bonds from 2012 and 2007.