Water & Sewer
Water & Sewer (Utilities) is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the city’s water, sanitary sewer and storm water collection systems to ensure uninterrupted distribution of water and collection of waste water.
Water & Sewer consists of one superintendent, two supervisors, eight public service workers and three mechanics.
- Drinking Water Reports
- Sanitary Sewer
- Service Line Repair
- Service Line Repair Program
- Sprinkling Restrictions
- Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan
- Water Conservation
- Water Main Flushing
- Water Meters
- Water System
updated: Thursday, April 03, 2014
During this time period, don't do laundry without first checking to see if your water is rust-colored. You can check water by running the tap. If it's rust-colored, don't run your washing machine until you've cleared the water. To clear your water, simply run your cold water tap in your laundry tub until it runs clear. Then you can go ahead and...
updated: Wednesday, March 05, 2014
For the few homes that still have indoor meters, there is an additional $2 charge for reading an indoor meter. To avoid the $2 charge, you can have a radio transmitter installed for no charge. This enables meter readers to get a quick, accurate reading without entering your home. Call Public Works at (952) 924-2562 for a free radio read installation...
updated: Monday, March 10, 2014
Do you know what storm water is in St. Louis Park? Do you know how it becomes polluted? Do you know how to help protect it? Click here for information from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.