Thursday, April 24, 2014
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Drinking Water

Drinking Water

You want your drinking water to be safe and great tasting -- and you expect it to be there every time you turn on the tap.  At City Utilities, meeting your expectations about water quality and reliability while providing good value is our goal every day.

Pennies a Day for Great Water

You may have read int he newspaper or heard on television that the cost for water from City Utilities will go up on January 1, 2013.  That's true.  But what you pay for water is reinvested in the water treatment plant and in our 1,160 miles of water mains so that City Utilities can continue to deliver great water to you.

Effective January 1, the cost of water for a typical household in Fort Wayne, using 5,000 gallons of water each month, will be about $20.60.  That's an increase of about $3.40 over the current bill, or an increase of about 11-cents per day.  Those few additional pennies will go a long way toward making City Utilities' water system more reliable.  City Utilities Water Rates

What's in My Drinking Water

City Utilities is committed to being the water supplier of choice for the residents of the Fort Wayne area.  Below are links to publications or additional information showing how City Utilities is dedicated to delivering the highest quality of water to customers.

pdf-15 2012 Water Quality Report - published June 2013

pdf-15 2011 Water Quality Report - published June 2012