Occasionally, residents tell us that someone has asked to enter their home, often to "test the water." If this happens to you, be alert: this is not a Water District employee.
Our employees drive official vehicles, wear photo ID badges and will never ask to enter your home to collect a water sample from your tap.
It's a good idea to be familiar with your water meter, so that you can track your usage trends and identify potential problems before they show up on your bill.
Watch this video to find out how to read your water meter and get tips on tracking and reducing your water use.
For more information, visit our How to Read Your Meter page.
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