Straight from the Tap

How to Detect Plumbing Leaks

Household water leaks are more common than you might think. The Water Research Foundation found that the average household loses about 17 gallons of water per day to indoor leaks.

What to Do if You Have Lead Plumbing

 If you find that your water service line, plumbing, or fixtures may contain lead, there are several actions you can take to reduce the risk of exposure. These will ensure that safe, quality drinking water comes out of your tap.

How to Check for Lead Plumbing in Your Home

Here's how to know the potential for lead in your home plumbing.

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.

Cleveland STEP February Session Commemorates Black History Month and National Engineers Week

Cleveland STEP commemorated Black History Month and National Engineers Week for its February session.

Cleveland Water Presents 2022 Budget

On Monday, February 28, Cleveland Water presented its portion of Mayor Justin Bibb's 2022 estimated budget for the City of Cleveland. Director of Public Utilities Martin Keane 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 projects.

Garrett Morgan and the History of Cleveland Water

Our Garrett A. Morgan Water Treatment Plant is named in honor of the Black inventor and entrepreneur who called Cleveland home. Morgan played an important role in the history of Cleveland Water and the plant that bears his name.

Ways to Save: Assistance Programs

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

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.

Ways to Save: Conservation

Since your water bill is based on your actual water use, the easiest way to save is by using less. Our tap water costs less than a penny per gallon but we know that every penny counts.

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