How can I use so much water?
Residential water meters normally involve the installation of a 5/8" meter with a flow of 20 gallons of water per minute. This means that a faucet running completely open for one hour per day could register 360,000 gallons of water monthly on the meter. Customers should always use caution with water usage, monitoring outdoor watering and being alert for leaking faucets, toilets, standing water in the yard, or for soggy ground around outdoor faucets.

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1. What type of deposits are accepted?
2. When will my deposit be refunded?
3. What if I have a question about my bill?
4. Is the reading on my bill estimated?
5. Are my meter readings correct?
6. How can I use so much water?
7. How do I apply for Utility Service?
8. What utilities are provided by the City of Boerne Utilities?
9. Where can I obtain additional information?
10. What if I move to a different address?
11. What if I change my financial institution or credit card company?
12. Can I specify how much you can draft from my account?
13. Can I select my draft payment date?
14. When paying by draft, how will I know that my bill has been paid?
15. Will I continue to receive a bill if I sign up for automatic drafting?
16. After I submit my application, when will the drafting begin?
17. How much is the fee charged to be on automatic draft?
18. Who can sign up for Automatic Draft?
20. How do I learn about utility availability?
21. How do I learn about the hardness of the water at my home or business?