High Point Special Utility District

Copyright © 2007, High Point Water Supply Corporation

www.HighPointWSC.com

Home

Documents & Forms

News

Pay My Bill

Contact Us

General Information

Please visit our new website   where you are now able to sign up for our new alert system!

Text Box: O N L I N E   P A Y M E N T S
If you are experiencing problems clicking on the links to the left of this page, please make sure you are using Internet Explorer.  If you are trying to pay your bill and are still experiencing problems, go to the direct website at www.xpress-pay.com
Text Box: LEVEL 3 WATER RESTRICTIONS ARE NOW IN EFFECT!!!
Please adjust your sprinkler system and outside watering to the following schedule:


EVEN NUMBER ADDRESSES
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
8:00 am—10:00 am or 7:00 pm—10:00 pm


ODD NUMBER ADDRESSESS
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY
8:00 am—10:00 am or 7:00 pm—10:00 pm


Exceptions are as follows:
Foundations, new landscaping, and new plantings (first year) of shrubs and trees may be watered for up to 2 hours on any day by a hand-held hose, a soaker hose, or a dedicated zone using a drip irrigation system.
No landscape and lawn irrigation from 10 am—7 pm
Prohibit using water in such a manner as to allow runoff or other waste.
Text Box: Automatic Bill Pay is now available!


Simply fill out the above document and return it to the office.  If you have any questions, please contact Mindi by           or call 972-564-3801.
Text Box: Our 2018 Annual Consumer Confidence Report is now available.  Please click one of the links below to review.
Text Box: DO YOU HAVE A WATER LEAK?

Just because you do not see any water doesn’t mean that there isn’t a leak.  Common types of leaks found in the home include leaking toilet flappers, dripping faucets, and other leaking valves.
Here are a few things you should do to check to see if you have a leak:

Ensure all water is turned off inside and outside the home (faucets, dishwasher, washing machine, etc.).  Look at your meter and check to make sure it is not spinning.  If the red dial is turning; water is going through your meter.  This is an indication of a water leak and you should contact a plumber.
Check your water meter before and after a two-hour period when no water is being used.  If the meter does not read exactly the same, you probably have a leak.
Check your toilets by adding food coloring in the tank.  Let it sit for 10 minutes.  If the color shows up in the bowl without flushing, you have a leak.  Make sure to flush immediately after this experiment to avoid staining the tank.
Check your irrigation system for busted sprinkler heads or leaks by running a test run on all zones.
Make sure your garden hose does not have a leak and ensure a tight connection to the spigot.