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Every home is equipped with a shut off valve that allows you to turn the water off inside your home. It is wise to locate that valve in case of an emergency. In most "Huber Homes," the main valve is located in the utility room, next to the water heater. It is the valve closest to the floor. (If you need assistance locating the valve, call Veolia and schedule an appointment with a service representative to help locate the valve. There is no charge for this service.) Turning the valve clockwise should completely turn off the water inside your home. If there is no valve in this location of your home, please check with a plumber or a previous owner to find out the location of the shut off valve in your home. If you need an emergency shutoff, call Veolia at 233-3292, 24 hours a day.
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The Yard Waste Site opens on the first Thursday or Saturday (whichever day is first) in April and ends the last Thursday in October.
The following structures require permits:
You can view all upcoming community engagement sessions on the City’s website, Community meetings and city ward meetings will be announced on our website, Facebook page and local media.
Check to see if the drain problem you are having is isolated to one sink, bathtub or other single fixture. If so, the problem is in the drain line to that fixture and you are responsible for taking care of the problem. If the problem seems to be throughout the home, call Veolia first. We will check the main lines to see if there is a back up in the sewer main system. If the problem is in the City's sanitary sewer main line, Veolia will clear the stoppage as quickly as possible. There is no charge for this service. If there is no stoppage in the sewer main lines, we will notify you that the problem is in your sewer lateral and you can then call a plumber or other person capable of clearing your sanitary sewer lateral.