What is a water quality report, and how do I get one?

The water quality report gives information about where Livonia water comes from, how it is treated and what you can expect. It also talks about the Water and Sewer Board, their meetings and how you can attend.

View the water quality report (PDF) online or obtain a copy from  the water billing department located at:
City Hall, 2nd Floor
33000 Civic Center Drive
Livonia, MI 48154

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1. Can I have a separate meter installed for my sprinkler system to avoid sewage charges?
2. How do I fill a pool?
3. Why is my bill so high?
4. Can I turn on or off my water service myself?
5. What is a turn-on / turn-off fee?
6. Why is my bill late?
7. Why does somebody have to come into my home and read my meter?
8. How will I know if there is a problem with my water?
9. Is filtered water safer than tap water to drink?
10. Why is my tap water rusty or reddish and what do I do about it?
11. Why is my water cloudy?
12. Is bottle water safer than tap water to drink?
13. When are appointments available for meter repairs and inspections, water turn on and turn off, final meter reads, etc.?
14. Should I purchase protection/insurance for possible future repair of my water service line?
15. What do I do if my sewer drain is backing up?
16. How do I calculate my pool's water volume and how much will it cost me to fill it?
17. I don't understand my water bill. How can I learn to read it?
18. What components of my water delivery is the city responsible for maintaining and repairing?
19. Who do I contact if I need a meter repaired?
20. What components of my sewer disposal system is the city responsible for maintaining and repairing?
21. Why is my balance so low?
22. Why is my balance in parenthesis?
23. Why do I need to make an appointment if I received a blue card for no consumption and no one lives at the address?
24. Why is my meter read estimated?
25. What is a water quality report, and how do I get one?
26. I am having trouble paying my bill. What are my options?