Water

If you have an emergency or need to have your water turned off, the City can assist in that effort. If you would like to schedule an appointment to turn off your water at the City's shut off valve, please call the Operations Division at (360) 887-8251. Appointments can be made Monday- Friday 8:00 am- 3:30 pm. There is a $10.00 fee for this service. If you have an emergency after business hours, please call after hours emergency Public Works number at (360) 518-8146.

 

Pay My Utility Bill

Have a question about your utility bill or methods of payment? Click here for answers to this frequently asked question. To pay your utility bill online click here.

Water Service

If you would like to determine if your property is eligible for water service within the City, complete the Water Availability Request Form and submit to the Public Works Department.

If you would like the City to install a water service line, complete the Water Service Line Installation Request Form and submit to the Public Works Department.

If you require a meter for new construction, complete the Meter Installation Request Form and submit to the Public Works Department. Usually new service can be installed within one week. 

Water Leaks

It is possible to detect leaks in your home on your own. Most water leaks can be seen or heard, though some can be very difficult to detect. Click here for information on how you can detect a leak and what you can do to fix it. To request a water leak billing adjustment, complete and submit the Leak Adjustment Application to the Utility Department.

Water Meters

The water meter is a City owned device that measures the quantity of water used by a citizen or business. Click here for more information.

 

Water Conservation

Water Conservation saves money, preserves wildlife, and makes sure there is enough water for all uses. Click here to see what you can do to help. 

 

Cross Connection and Backflow

Cross connections are found in all plumbing systems. Pollutants can enter the safe drinking water system through uncontrolled cross connections when backflow occurs. Click here to learn more about how you can prevent backflow from occuring in your drinking water.

 

Water Quality Reporting

The City of Ridgefield is pleased to present a summary of the quality of water provided to you.  We are committed to efficiently provide you with a safe and reliable water supply. The Annual Water Quality Report contains information about your drinking water as required by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  The City of Ridgefield is proud to inform you that our water quality continues to exceed state and federal standards. Click here to review the most recent report.