Welcome to the home page of the Fairfield Public Utilities Department!
The Fairfield Public Utilities Department provides water and sanitary sewer services to a population of over 44,000. To provide these services, the City pumps and treats close to 2 billion gallons of drinking water per year, and collects and treats roughly the same amount of wastewater. The City also maintains over 350 miles of water and sewer mains and all other related facilities. The primary objectives of the Public Utilities Department are to:
The Fairfield Public Utilities Department is focused on operating efficiently and is committed to maintaining and updating the water and sewer infrastructure throughout the City. The Department is proud of its facilities and is always happy to provide tours to interested residents; to schedule a tour simply contact the Department using the information to the left on this page.
For more information
Use the navigation tabs to the left on this page to manage your water and sewer account, to learn about the City’s water and wastewater treatment operations, or to learn about gas, electric, and trash utility providers in the area.
Fairfield Water-Sewer Rates 9th Best in Region!
The City of Fairfield ranked 9th lowest for combined water and sewer cost in the 2017 Oakwood Water & Sewer Rate Survey. Read more here: Oakwood Water-Sewer Rate Survey
Critical Water Users
The City of Fairfield provides a continuous supply of quality water to all residents within the service area. The citizens and businesses of Fairfield have come to expect a safe supply of water to be furnished on a continuous basis. Among the most critical users are health care facilities providing patient care and rehabilitation services. Click on this link for more information on Critical Water Users.