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Update to Water Rates:

The Ann Arbor City Council enacted changes to water rates effective July 1, 2019. You can see how the changes may impact your water bill by using our water bill estimator tool.

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The vast majority of Ann Arbor residents and businesses are billed on a quarterly basis for water, sewer service and stormwater. These rates pay to maintain a water treatment plant, a wastewater treatment facility and hundreds of miles of water and stormwater conveyance infrastructure.  

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WaterMatters

WaterMatters is a quarterly newsletter included with water bills that covers a large number of topics​ related to water. 

Cloudy Water

My water appears cloudy straight from the tap but becomes clear after sitting in a glass for a few minutes. Why?

This phenomenon is known as “flashing” and occurs because air (Oxygen) is more soluble in cold water. When water from cold outdoor pipes is poured into a glass inside a warm home, the tiny captured air bubbles are quickly released. The air is just flashing out of the cold water. However, if your water remains discolored, or has an odor, please contact us.  

Customer Service Center

Larcom City Hall, first floor 
7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday (except holidays)

301 E. Huron St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
734.794.6333
Fax: 734.994.8991
customerservice@a2gov.org

Urgent water issues

If you suspect, see or experience a sanitary sewer back-up, possible sewage leak, water main break, rusty water, plugged storm drain, basement flooding or unusually low or no water pressure, please contact us by phone. During normal business hours, please call 734.794.6333.

After hours, evenings, weekends and holidays, please call the Water Treatment Plant at 734.794.6426.