Wednesday, January 2, 2013
According to Twitter, O'Fallon water and sewer crews are making repairs at Shady Lane and Fanning Drive.
O'Fallon water and sewer crews are repairing a water mane break at Shady Lane and Fanning Drive. According to the @OFallonWater Twitter account, crews headed to the scene around 3 p.m. and "Reduced pressure shall be experienced until repairs are made."
Thursday, May 10, 2012
O’Fallon’s Water and Sewer office on Elm Street closes at 5 p.m. on Friday and billing operations will move to City Hall, 100 North Main St.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Residents will no longer be able to make water and sewer payments at the East Elm Street office, as of Friday, May 11. O’Fallon’s water, sewer and trash billing will merge together starting next week. The O'Fallon Water and Sewer office on Elm Street will close at 5 p.m. on Friday and all billing operations will move to City Hall, 100 North Main St. The city's online bill payment service will shut down temporarily from May 11-21, while the website is updated and no online payments can be made at that time. Residents have three options pay their bills: O’Fallon’s online bill payment system will be in use again on Tuesday, May 22. According to a news release from the city, these changes are part of O’Fallon’s cost-saving initiative to …
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
The City of O'Fallon's Water and Sewer Department has hired contractor ADS Environmental Services to assess the water system.
The City of O’Fallon in conjunction with ADS Environmental Services is currently checking for water leaks in the city’s main water system along right-of-ways in O’Fallon. The testing is scheduled to be complete August 1. ADS Environmental Services is performing the testing with ultrasonic equipment, so there is no need for the main water system or residents’ water to be shut down. However, if a leak is detected and action is required, affected residents will be notified prior to any repairs or water shutdown. Testing began in north O’Fallon last Monday. Crews will move south as they complete testing of each segment of the water system. ADS Environmental was brought in by the City of O’Fallon to look for any water leaks that may go …
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Systems are expected to more accurately count water flowing in and out of residents' homes.
O'Fallon Water and Sewer customers will now have more accurate water bills after their water meters are replaced with a new digital system starting this month. According to O'Fallon City Public Relations Director Tom Drabelle, the city did an analysis on water loss last year and discovered that while average water plant losses range from 10 to 13 percent, O'Fallon's loss rate is 17 to 18 percent. "Water loss doesn't have to be a leak," he said. "It's defined as any water going through the system that's not being billed properly." He said the new digital system will more accurately count water going in and out of residents' homes because it is automated and counts every bit of water as it is used. The city council voted unanimously on Sept…