Permits & Applications
Construction water via a fire hydrant is not permitted without the use of a construction meter unless otherwise specified by the Public Works Secretary. If you need a meter, please fill out the form below.
If you will be working in a public right of way, you will need an encroachment permit. Public rights of way include: streets, alleyways, and sidewalk areas. If you are working in a public right of way please fill out an encroachment permit.
Out-of-City Water Service
New Water Service Connection
If you live in a rural area and do not presently have a water meter dedicated to your property and would like a water service connection, you will need to fill out an Out-of-City New Water Service Application and Water Service Annexation Agreement. Information about the process can be found in the Out-of-City New Water Service Application Guide.
Existing Water Service Connection/Transfer of Ownership
If you live in a rural area and already have a water meter dedicated to your property, you simply sign up for services. As an additional requirement you will need to fill out and sign an Water Service and Annexation. Signing up for services can be completed at City Hall during normal business hours. A Water Service and Annexation Agreement form can be found below, but this will also be available for you at City Hall.