What is groundwater?
Groundwater comes from rain and snow that soaks into the ground, passing between particles of soil, sand, gravel or rock until it reaches a depth where the ground is filled or saturated, with water. The area that is filled with water is called the saturated zone and the top of this zone is called the water table. The water table may be very near the ground surface or it may be hundreds of feet deep.

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1. How do I pay my Water/Sewer Bill?
2. How do I look up my bills and use self service
3. How do I read my water meter?
4. Why is my water bill so high?
5. How do I check my home for water leaks?
6. I have a leak on my service line. Will the town fix it?
7. If I am a new owner in town, how do I sign up for water and sewer service?
8. If I'm selling a house in town, what do I need to do? - Requesting a Final Bill
9. What is groundwater?
10. What is the hardness of the water?
11. Where does our water come from?
12. Why does water from my faucets occasionally look slightly brown? Is it safe to drink?
13. Why does water from my faucets occasionaly look slightly brown? Is it safe to drink?