Eye on Water Monitoring
The District is in the process of changing manual read water meters and touch read water meters to cellular meters. For those customers with cellular meters, it is easy to know how much water your home or business is using. Simply create a profile at EyeOnWater® on your phone, mobile device or desktop and you will be able to monitor your water usage hourly, daily, weekly, monthly or yearly.
View our Eye on Water Letter to customers.
Eye on Water can be a key water conservation tool IF used to full advantage. First, make sure you set a leak alert as part of your Eye on Water Monitoring. This will give you valuable information regarding leaks as it will alert you when flow has been detected every hour in a 24 hour period. Second, If you have a sprinkler system, note how much water it “typically “ uses and check frequently to see if your water use on irrigation days approximates that number. This will allow you to pick up on and rectify sprinkler system leaks quickly thus reducing the amount of water going to waste. Remember many sprinkler leaks only occur when the sprinkler system is on so you will not get an alert because water has not been in use for 24 hours straight.