The City of West Jordan, Utah, is nestled in the valley near the Oquirrh Mountains, just southwest of Salt Lake City. The city was founded in the mid- 1800’s and operates under a Council- Manager form of government, with the city manager as the administrative head of the city.
Imagine living in a small rural community with no water metering system in place. Roughly 60 miles South of Chicago, Illinois lies the Village of Chebanse, which up until now had no type of centralized sanitation system within their Village. After several years of environmental compliance issues and potential litigation to correct the problems that […]
Six years ago St. John, Indiana was a small town poised for rapid growth. Located in Indiana very close to the border of Illinois, St. John is part of the urban expansion of the Chicago area and is now the second highest percent growth community in the state.
The City of San Juan Bautista, California, also known as the City of History, is a mission town nestled in the San Juan Valley. Located about 100 miles south of San Francisco, the city hosts a population of just under 2,000 and offers a rich look at the past. California’s largest mission, Mission San Juan […]
When several years of drought subsided and water restrictions were lifted this spring for the city of Round Rock, Texas, residents quickly returned to their pre-drought usage patterns—and as they watered their lawns, filled their pools and used water the way they had before the drought, their monthly bills began to rise. The utility billing […]
Managing a water system as efficiently as possible has always been top priority for Mike Alvord, director of operations for the Newhall County Water District. Yet with California’s deep drought entering its fourth year, overseeing Newhall’s water system has become about more than cost efficiency — much more.
Case File #102—If your customer reversed their water meter for weeks would you know about it? How many years might go by, particularly with an indoor meter before the theft is discovered? Water theft is a serious problem and occurs more often than some utilities are aware.
Gwinnett County is located 30 miles northeast of Atlanta. With a population just over 907,000 (U.S. Census Bureau, 2016), the county is the second largest in Georgia. Gwinnett is one of the state’s fastest growing regions, with population expected to increase to 1.2 million by 2030. Currently, Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources (GCDWR) provides […]
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