What do I need to do in order to connect to the City's water system?

Public Works can put together a quote for equity buy-in fees which are required when connecting to the City's water and wastewater system. Please contact our office with the following information:

  1. Property address
  2. What kind of structure you are building i.e. single family home, duplex, apartment complex (please include the total number of units), commercial building, etc. 

Staff may require additional information from you in order to better tailor the equity buy-in quote to your property. Please provide a name, phone number, and email address so that our staff can effectively communicate with you. Contact us at 208-746-1316, publicworks@cityoflewiston.org, or in person at 215 D Street, Suite B in downtown Lewiston.

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1. How do I know that the water is safe to drink?
2. My water is discolored. Why is it brownish in color? Why is it whitish color?
3. My water pressure has dropped off and seems to fluctuate. What could this be?
4. How can I save water?
5. What is the hardness of the water?
6. Where do we obtain our water? How much is produced daily? Do we have any reserves?
7. Will the City test my water for bacteria, chemicals, or other materials?
8. What do I need to do in order to connect to the City's water system?
9. What is an equity buy-in fee?