Who supplies water to Joliet?

What is the City’s current water source? Right now, Joliet receives its water from the Ironton-Galesville aquifer.

How do I pay my Joliet water bill?

You can now pay your water bill 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please call (877)811-3799 or (815)724-3969 at your convenience….PAYMENTS OTHER THAN UTILITY BILLS:

  1. Mail to: 150 W Jefferson St, Joliet, IL 60432.
  2. By Phone: 815-724-3820 8:00am-4:30pm M-F.
  3. In person: at City Hall.
  4. Drop box: outside of City Hall.

What is the average water bill in Joliet IL?

The average bill for water and sewer is estimated to increase from $67 now to $71 in November, according to the rate package approved by the City Council on Tuesday. Rates will continue to rise by 6.2% in 2020 and 6.4% in 2021. By 2021, the average cost for water and sewer in Joliet is expected to be $80 a month.

Can you drink Joliet water?

The City of Joliet has invested in the construction of eleven water treatment plants to remove the naturally occurring radium from the water supply. All water delivered in 2019 met the federal and state guidelines for safe drinking water. The water is treated using a Hydrous Manganese Oxide (HMO) Treatment process.

Is Joliet getting Lake Michigan water?

On September 1, 2021, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) issued Order LMO-20-01 granting the City of Joliet a Lake Michigan Water Allocation Permit.

Does Joliet have city water?

The City of Joliet Public Utilities is dedicated to ensuring that our residents are provided with safe, drinkable water. To keep you informed, we annually publish our Drinking Water Quality Reports.

Is Joliet running out of water?

Joliet is set to empty its aquifer by 2030, others by 2050, raising questions about the area’s economic growth. Cities and towns across Chicago’s collar counties face an increasingly urgent deadline to solve a problem that has been brewing for decades: They are running out of water.

Is Joliet Illinois a good place to live?

Joliet, known as “J-Town,” is Illinois’ fastest growing city and one of the fastest growing in the Chicago metro area. It offers something for just about everyone with its family-friendly atmosphere, thriving downtown district rich in history.

Is Joliet water hard?

Joliet water has an average hardness of 300 parts per million as calcium carbonate (or approximately 18 grains per gallon).

How hard is the water in Joliet Illinois?

What is the hardness of our water? A: Yes, Joliet tap water is considered hard water. If you are East of Midland Avenue the hardness level grain/gallon is 22. If you are West of Midland Avenue the hardness level grain/gallon is 12.