Clean Water for Our Community

Clean Water for Our Community

Naperville's Water Utility consists of more than 1,250 miles of main, serving over 43,000 customers in Naperville and Warrenville (wastewater only). Its territory area of over 75 square miles serves a population of more than 162,000.

Water you docking about?

Water you docking about?

Wastewater from Naperville and Warrenville flows through sanitary sewers to the Springbrook Water Reclamation Center located south of 95th Street along Plainfield Naperville Road. At Springbrook, wastewater is taken through a series of steps to treat, filter and disinfect the water. The treated water goes into the DuPage River and the solids are recycled into a nutrient rich fertilizer called biosolids. Springbrook processes over seven billion gallons of water each year and produces about 2,000 dry tons of biosolids.

Water and Wastewater Utility

Due to the ongoing spread of the COVID-19 virus, water meter reading will continue with limited hours to minimize contact between water meter employees. Meter readers are now working Monday through Thursday, 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. For more information about the program and to view pictures of Alexander's Meter Reading uniforms and vehicles, visit the Water Meter Reading webpage.

The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is encouraging building managers and operators to freshen water systems before reopening office buildings, hotels, childcare facilities, residences and other buildings that were shut down for several weeks or months during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more here.

Known as a leader and innovator in asset renewal, sanitary sewer rehabilitation and maintenance activities, Naperville's Water and Wastewater Utility is one of the state’s largest combined utility systems, operating both water distribution and sanitary district with wastewater treatment.

Meter Reading in Naperville

Water meters are read monthly in the City of Naperville. Learn more about who reads your meter, the process, and see what time of month your meter is read.

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