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What do I do if I think I have low water pressure?
There are several possible reasons for low water pressure.

• If you always have had low water pressure, it could be the location of the home to the City's water tank.
• Check all water valves in the home. Make sure they are all open and not leaking.
• A leak on the water line coming into the home from the City main.
• Scheduled flushing during the spring and summer.
• Plugged lines or water meter.
• Faucets should be cleaned at least once a year. Screens and filters can become plugged and cause low-pressure problems.

If you suspect the problem is the water meter, you can call the General Services Department at 225-8695 to have the meter crew check the water meter, Monday through Friday 7 AM to 3 PM.

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