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How to shut off your water in Everett WA?

How to shut off your water in Everett WA?

Call Utility Services at 425-257-8999 for more information on shut-off keys. The city will also shut off your water for a fee. During normal business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, the charge is $70 if you live inside the city and $87.50 if you live outside the city.

Who are the water providers in Everett WA?

The Everett water system supplies water to about 615,000 people or 75% of the businesses and residents of the Snohomish County through a network of local water providers. View or download the Everett water service area map (PDF) and a list of water providers served (PDF).

Is there a water conservation plan in Everett WA?

The regional conservation program is planned and implemented in 6-year cycles for customers in Everett’s water service area (PDF) and is part of Everett’s Comprehensive Water Plan. The current conservation plan is current through 2019.

When do utility bills go out in Everett WA?

Utility bills are sent out monthly. Payment is due 20 days from the date of billing. The City of Everett has declared a State of Emergency. Due to public health concerns related to COVID-19, the Utility Services public counter is temporarily closed to the public until further notice.

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How to contact utility services in Everett WA?

Contact Utility Services email or 425-257-8999 for more information. The City of Everett has a Discounted Rates Program for senior citizens, disabled people living on limited incomes and a low-income assistance program available to qualifying customers. View or download the discounted rates (PDF) for program details and to see if you qualify.

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