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During the first half of each year, the City of Fairfield issues our Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) to the citizens of Fairfield providing the results of our drinking water analyses for the past year. The USEPA and the OEPA set the water quality standards for safe drinking water. The water produced at our plant consistently meets or exceeds all of these requirements. If you have any questions about water quality, you may call the Water Division at 513-858-7775.
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Please call the Water Division at 513-858-7775 at any time.
Please contact the Utility Billing Office at 513-867-5370 Monday through Friday between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM.
To report a leaking or otherwise defective fire hydrant, please contact the City of Fairfield Public Utilities Water Division at 513-858-7775.
A Boil Water Advisory is issued by officials anytime that all or part of the water system loses pressure or is “depressurized”. When a small section of the water system is affected, as it may be due to a water main break, water customers are notified via notices hung on their doors, through the CodeRED Emergency Communications Network or both methods.
The water system is normally under pressure and the water is "pushing out" of water leaks or other outlets. When the system is depressurized, there is the possibility that contaminants may be “pulled in” to the water system. A Boil Advisory must be issued to let the public know of the possibility that microorganisms (bacteria) may be present and that by boiling the water as described, any living bacteria will be inactivated. A boil water advisory does not mean that contaminants have been found, only that conditions have developed that could result in a bacterial contamination. Under a boil water advisory, it is recommended that water be brought to a rolling boil and boiled for at least two minutes before consumption. Boil water advisories are a common occurrence for public water systems across the country.
The City of Fairfield is required by Ohio State Law to administer a backflow prevention program as a means to protect the public water supply from potential contamination. Fairfield’s program is designed to prevent the flow of water from a customer’s private piping back into the public water distribution system. Backflow prevention is primarily accomplished through the installation of backflow prevention devices on a customer’s water pipes. Backflow prevention generally applies to Commercial and Industrial facilities.
It is the home or business owner's responsibility to maintain the sewer lateral from the home or business to the sewer main. It is the City's responsibility to maintain the sewer main.
To find out if your home or business is connected to the City of Fairfield's public water and/or sewer system, give us a call at 513-858-7775. This service is free for our community.
This can be very costly, please give the Public Utilities Department a call at 513-858-7775, as we may have some suggestions or alternatives for you to consider. If you do need to have repair or replacement preformed, only a licensed plumber by the City of Fairfield can perform the task. Any plumber can apply for a license at the: Wastewater Treatment Facility 4799 Groh Lane Fairfield, OH 45014
With the exception of some nutrient testing and other specialized testing, our laboratory staff preforms all analysis.
Questions concerning your water can be directed to 513-858-7775 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. For emergencies after business hours, you may also call the Water Division at 513-858-7775.
It means that there is probably an underground utility in your area that needs repair. The blue flags mark the location of our water main and the green flags mark the location of the sanitary sewer. This is a safety precaution so that our underground utilities do not get damaged during the excavation to make the repair.
Most electric customers are allowed to choose an electric provider. For more information about the Ohio Customer Choice program, visit their website.
The City offers a call-in brush pickup service. For more information, contact the Public Works Department at 513-867-4200.
The city contracts with a trash hauler. Currently Rumpke provides this service for Fairfield residents.
For information on disposing large appliances, visit Butler County Recycling and Solid Waste District.
The Fairfield Fire Department does not take any type of hazardous materials. Household hazardous waste must be disposed of according to state and federal laws and regulations. For more information you may contact the Butler County Solid Waste Management District at 513-887-3693 or view this document, "A Guide to Safe Management of Household Hazardous Waste".
Unused medications or controlled substances can be disposed of in the City’s “drug drop box” 24 hours a day, 7 days a week located in the lobby of the Fairfield Police Department at 5230 Pleasant Avenue.