Where is my water meter, and how do I read it?
Your meter is usually located in the basement of your property. The water usually comes in from the street side of the house. The meter sits on the water pipe that comes in through the floor or wall. The head of the meter is about three inches in diameter and has a large hand and a small red diamond or triangular dial. Read the first four numbers on the meter display, where it says cubic feet, from left to right (e.g. a reading of 1234.56 would be “1234”).

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1. Who should I contact in case of a water or sewer emergency?
2. Where is my water meter, and how do I read it?
3. How does the town read the meter?
4. How often am I billed?
5. What is a unit of water?
6. Why is my consumption so high?
7. Can I monitor the consumption of my water meter?
8. What if I feel my bill is too high?
9. How can the water meter tell me if I have a leak?
10. What are your appointment hours for service calls?