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Water

As the water provider for the City of Auburn, we serve as the main distribution system, ensuring every household in the community has access to clean and safe water.

Facts About Water Leaks
  • A steady drip wastes one gallon every 15 minutes
  • A steady trickle wastes one gallon every 4 minutes
  • A steady stream wastes one gallon every minute
  • Dripping faucets and leaking toilets account for as much as 14% of all indoor water use, equivalent to 10 gallons per person of water lost per day.
Swimming Pool Filling Procedure

Residents may use their garden hose and run the water usage through their house meter. Prior to filling the pool, you must contact the Utility Billing to have a meter reader sent to the property to read the meter. This shall be done again when the pool has been filled. In the case of "Above Ground" pools, this will ensure that you will not be billed sewage for the water used to fill the pool. Anyone with an "In Ground" pool must submit proof to the City of Auburn that the water was not drained into the sewer to avoid being charged. Only one (1) sewer abatement per calendar year will be granted.

If you have any questions, please contact Kathryn Sattison at 260.925.6450 ext. 1155.

 
 

Mayor's Corner

May 21, 2018
By Randy Harvey, Superintendent, Auburn Water Department Beginning July 1, Auburn Water rate-payers will see an increase in their monthly bill. The increase is the first in nearly two decades. While none of us likes an increase, I hope our rate-payers wil…
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May 19, 2018
DeKalb County Central Communications (DCCC) is changing its procedure on contacting utility and municipal services, either during or after business hours. As the public safety answering point for all of DeKalb County, DCCC will continue to make cont…
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