How can I check that my bill is accurate?
As a homeowner you are able to check your meter to calculate your usage at any time. The meter is generally located downstairs or in a utility room, where the water enters your home. On the top of the meter there is a dial that reads like a car odometer. The City of Waconia rounds down to the nearest 1,000 gallon for billing purposes. This number is listed on your bill under "current" as the current or most recent read we received from your meter.

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1. How often do I receive a utility bill?
2. Why is my bill higher than usual?
3. How can I check that my bill is accurate?
4. How are water meters read and when are they read?
5. I haven’t used any water, why am I still getting a bill?
6. I own an empty piece of land, why do I still receive a bill?
7. How does a new resident sign up for utility billing?
8. How do I cancel my utility service if I am moving out of my residence?
9. How can I pay my bill?
10. What are the regulations on watering my lawn?
11. What services am I being billed for and how are they calculated?
12. Who is responsible for paying the utility bill?