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Posted on: March 18, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Sachse Utility Department would like to help you Conserve water

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The City Utility billing department would like to help you conserve water whenever possible. MyWaterAdvisor provides valuable information on constant flow (which could indicate a leak) or increased usage in a routine pattern from 12 am to 5 am (may indicate irrigation running).

Turn off irrigation systems: Recent rainfall levels will allow you to conserve by turning off the irrigation. Note: Use the cut off in your box in the yard! The irrigation box in the garage can reset to factory settings with a power surge or loss of power.

Check for Leaks: If you are experiencing constant water flow without any zero consumption hours on MyWaterAdvisor, the City recommends a review. Check to make sure the toilet flappers are sealing after use. Check indoor and outdoor faucets to make sure they are not dripping. After repair, you could qualify for a leak adjustment. See information online.

The Utility Department can answer your questions directly from the MyWaterAdvisor portal. Click on Contact in the portal for assistance with understanding your usage.

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