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

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

How to Avoid Costly Leaks this Winter

This week is providing a brief respite from single digit temperatures and the perfect opportunity to inspect plumbing for leaks.

Cleveland Water Crews Discuss Working in Elements

Ever wonder what it's like working with water in below freezing temperatures? We asked one of our pipe repair crews just that.

Join Cleveland Water at Winterfest this Saturday

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.

Director Davis Presents Cleveland Water’s Winter Preparation Plans

As the Director of Public Utilities, I have the pleasure of overseeing the publicly owned and operated utilities in the City of Cleveland, including Cleveland Water. With the inevitable return of cold weather and snow, I wanted to take a moment to update our customers on how Cleveland Water is working to ensure a reliable supply of safe drinking water is available throughout the winter months.

Protect Your Home BEFORE Temperatures Drop

We’re already hearing this year’s winter season is going to be colder and snowier than last year. As we prepare ourselves with warmer layers and put the ice scrapers back in the car, remember, when temperatures drop your water pipes and meter are susceptible to freezing which can cause expensive, frustrating and unnecessary damage. Fortunately, it’s easier than you might think to protect your home and control your utility costs!

Protect Your Home This Winter from Costly Repairs

With winter just around the corner, take these simple steps to keep your water pipes and meter from freezing when the temperatures drop.

Disconnect and drain outdoor hoses.
Detaching the hose allows water to drain from the pipe. Otherwise, a single hard, overnight freeze can burst either the faucet or the pipe it’s connected to.