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The main objective of the Livingston Water Department is to provide the citizens of Livingston with clean, safe water. The Water crew works hard maintaining the water lines, checking the wells, collecting samples and performing various tests to assure that this objective is met.
The City water is provided by wells. It is tested monthly to meet State Water Quality Standards. The present water supply for Livingston consists of six wells located throughout the city. Three reservoirs store all of the city's water. Total capacity of these reservoirs is 3,090,000 gallons. The City of Livingston provides water and sewer services inside and outside the city limits. It must be noted, however, that most of the water in the county area comes from private wells, and sewage is almost all septic.
2015 Drinking Water Quality Report
Your water is metered and read electronically the first of each month.
Effective September 1, 2016 - Minimum Charge $11.91 per month for up to 1000 gallons usage; after that $11.91 base charge plus $2.66 per 1000 gallons. Current Utility Rates
If you notice a leak, please fix it as soon as possible, or it can result in an expensive water bill.
There is fluoride occurring naturally in the water. The Livingston Utility Department does not add fluoride to the water supply.
The average water pressure throughout town is 90 lbs psi.
The Sewer Department also provides an essential service for the comfort and well being of the citizens of Livingston. The sewer crew works hard in all kinds of weather to keep the sewer main lines running clear and free of blockages. The sewer crew is also responsible for maintaining the storm drains.
If you experience a sewer back-up, please call the Livingston Public Works Department first so that the sewer crew may check the main line. You will then be informed of the appropriate next step.
Your sewer is charged out based on the average amount of water used Jan, Feb. & March of each year.
Effective September 1, 2016 - Minimum Charge $18.12 per month for up to 1000 gallons average water usage; after that $18.12 base charge plus $7.36 per 1000 gallons. Current Utility Rate Chart
The following is a list of items that cause problems for our sewer system. Please do not flush these items down the toilet:
Vinyl, Latex, or Rubber Gloves
Sanitary Wipes of any type
Wash Cloths or Towels
Feminine Sanitary Products of any type
Chemicals, Oil or Grease