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Water & Wastewater
For water service, new customers, billing information, sewer/water rates or any general water questions, residents may call the City of Crest Hill Water Department at (815) 741-5104.
The phone number for after hours calls for water dept. is (815) 741-5111.
Make a Payment
E-pay is a safe and secure option to pay your Crest Hill water bill. Made available by the Illinois State Treasurer’s Office.
Wastewater Treatment General Information
The collection and processing of wastewater and storm water in a quick and efficient manner is vital to the health and safety of the residents of the City of Crest Hill. This is why the City of Crest Hill has two Wastewater Treatment Plants. The Treatment facilities are managed to the specifications mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency and has complied for over the last 20 years. The Treatment plants are able to process all wastewater produced by the city's residents. The operators of these facilities provide the proper control of several complex biological as well as chemical processes that produce clean water. The clean water that is produced by the plants is released back into nature according to EPA guidelines. If you have sewer backup in your house or business, please feel free to call at (815) 741-5108 during the hours of 7am - 3:30pm. For after hour's assistance please call (815) 741-5104. For any questions please feel free to call (815) 723-8671.
Frequently Asked Questions
What do I do if my water pressure is low?
You should run water from the outside faucet to check the pressure. If the pressure is low then check the screens at faucets and water softener filters. If necessary contact the City of Crest Hill during business hours.
What do I do if my water is discolored or has an odor?
If the water is clear from the outside faucet then the hot water heater needs to be flushed and odor should stop once this has been done. If the water is not clear from the outside faucet, then do not run the water for three (3) hours. After three hours, flush the water throughout your house.
At what point is a water leak the City of Crest Hill's responsibility?
Any leak between the curb stop (valve) and the home is the responsibility of the homeowner.
Q: What does this Boil Order mean?
A: There was an interruption in the system on your area and due to the possibility of unsafe water, and the city has decided to order a PRECAUTIONARY boil order. Please boil all DRINKING water, this includes water for drinking, making ice cubes, washing foods, brushing teeth or any other activity involving consumption of water. Water should be brought to a full, rolling boil for at least 5 minutes to ensure that it is safe for consumption, once you have boiled the water it may be stored at room temperature or in the refrigerator in a closed container.
Q: Why did this happen?
A: This was due to unforeseen circumstances, we had an interruption in the system and we are doing this a precautionary measure.
Q: How long will the boil order be in effect?
A: I’m sorry but there is no exact time frame right now, as the water has to get tested and the City has to receive the results in order to lift the boil order.
Q: How will I know when the boil order is lifted?
A: Just as they door hangers were left to notify you of the PRECAUTIONARY boil order, we will place door hangers to notify you that the PRECAUTIONARY boil order has been lifted, those door hangers will be green in color.
More Water & Wastewater Information & Documents
- Pay Your Water Bill Online - Click here to download a Pre-Authorize Debit Enrollment Form.
- Water/Sewer/Garbage Rate Increase - Click here to read a an important message from the City of Crest Hill Water Department.
- Storm Water Protection Program - How Can I Help Improve the Quality of Water in Crest Hill?
- City of Crest Hill Water Quality Report - 2014 CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT - The Water We Drink
- Need Assistance with your Utility Bills? Click here for listing of agencies.