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Home > Resource Conservation > Water > Cost Of Water > Municipal Rates

Conservation: Water: Water Costs: Municipal Rates

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Unsure what your water costs?  Below are links to water provider web sites for many cities across the country. Simply select a state and see if your city is listed. Remember: some sewer utilities will charge based on water consumption, you should include that into your calculations.

 

Alaska:
Alabama:
Arkansas
Arizona:
California:
Colorado:
Connecticut:
Delaware:
Florida:
Georgia:
Hawaii:
Iowa:
Idaho:
Illinois:
Indiana:
Kansas:
Kentucky:
Louisiana:
Massachusetts:
Maine:
Michigan:
Maryland:

Minnesota:
Missouri:
Mississippi:

  • Jackson
  • Gulfport
  • Hattiesburg

Montana:

North Carolina:
North Dakota:
Nebraska:
New Hampshire:
New Jersey:
New Mexico:
Nevada:
New York:
Ohio:
Oklahoma:
Oregon:
Pennsylvania:
Rhode Island:
South Carolina:
South Dakota:
Tennessee:
Texas:
Utah:

  • Ogden
  • Provo
  • Salt Lake City

Virginia:

  • Virginia Beach
  • Norfolk
  • Chesapeake
  • Richmond
  • Newport News
  • Alexandria

Vermont:

  • Burlington
  • Rutland

Washington:
Wisconsin:

  • Milwaukee
  • Madison
  • Green Bay
  • Kenosha
  • Racine

West Virginia:

  • Charleston
  • Huntington

Wyoming:

  • Cheyenne
  • Casper
  • Laramie

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  • Sink & Faucet:
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  • Hot Water Heaters:
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  • Toilet:
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  • Swimming Pool & Hot Tub:
    Swimming Pool & Hot Tub ________________

 

 
Greencompletely.com is not responsible for the accuracy of information on any water provider web site. Please, contact them if you have any questions. For broken links contact us.
 

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