Straight from the Tap

Ways to Save: Home Protection

Leaky plumbing or broken water lines can cause expensive and frustrating water damage. That’s why we offer home protection programs and helpful plumbing tips to save you money and protect your home from potential water damage.

Ways to Save: Conservation

Our tap water costs less than a penny per gallon but we know that every penny counts. By reducing your water use, you can save money on your water bill and help the environment. Here are some easy ways to save water every day.

Ways to Save: Cleveland Water Web Portal

Creating a Cleveland Water web portal account is an easy way to help you save money on your water bill.

Making a Water Equity a Priority

At Cleveland Water, we strive to ensure everyone in our community has access to safe drinking water and shares in the economic, social and environmental benefits of our system.

Affordability Programs Available to Customers

At Cleveland Water, we work hard to provide safe, quality drinking water at a fair and reasonable rate. We know that’s not always enough though.

Understanding Winter’s Impact on Underground Infrastructure

Main breaks are a common issue during winter, especially for water systems similar in age and climate to Cleveland Water’s. While the increase is expected, the exact cause isn’t fully known.

In an effort to better understand why main breaks happen in winter, as well as proactively address them, Cleveland Water engineers have developed an innovative tool.

Without Lake Erie, Cleveland Could Have Been Even Colder

At Cleveland Water, every day we are thankful to have a massive supply of fresh water at our doorstep. But during the polar vortex, we were thankful for a different reason.

Crews Responding to West 14th and Clark Water Main Break

UPDATE Jan 31 8:00 a.m.

Cleveland Water crews are making repairs to a water main break at W. 14th Street and Clark Avenue. The 30-inch transmission main broke Wednesday night. There is no boil advisory in effect.

Winter Main Breaks: What to Expect

Northeast Ohio winters are known to cause quite a few headaches, including water main breaks. And with the freezing temperatures and low wind chills we’re experiencing, customers are likely to see an increase in breaks.

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