Keep It Clean

    Hoover Crop  

Simple steps you can take at home to  prevent water pollution .


Take a Tour

Watershed Signage

Signage installed at Griggs, O'Shaughnessy & Hoover Reservoirs invites park visitors to  take a self-guided tour along the shoreline & learn about the green infrastructure installed there.

Rain gardens, porous pavement & more can improve the quality of storm water entering the reservoirs that supply our drinking water.

Non-point Source Pollution

Stormwater Runoff

Protect our Waterways
Illustration Courtesy of NCDENR

Water & Sewer Contract Communities

The Department of Public Utilities provides water and sewer service to over 20 communities in addition to Columbus through contractual agreements. Many of the customers in these communities receive a bill from Columbus. Other municipalities buy water in bulk from Columbus and handle their own billing; these are known as "master metered" communities.

The individual agreements vary and a summary table of communities served is marked with an "X" if a contractual agreement for the service exists and marked with a "+" if it is a Master Meter Community.

The communities we provide water and/or sewer service to in addition to Columbus include:

Bexley
Brice
Dublin
Gahanna
Grandview
Grove City
Groveport
Hilliard
Marblecliff
Minvera Park
New Albany
Obetz
Reynoldsburg
Riverlea
Upper Arlington
Urbancrest
Valleyviewv
Whitehall
Worthington
Various other small county pockets like Brookside Estates, Hamilton Meadows, Ridgewood, Village Park etc. - various contracts with Franklin County

Those we do not serve include:

Canal Winchester, Pickerington, Westerville, and various townships like Blendon that Aqua Ohio serves.