How can I temporarily disconnect my service if the property is going to be vacant for a while?

If your property is going to be vacant for more than 60 days at a time, you can request for suspend service. The city will disconnect the water source at the meter. Once there is no consumption registered, the sanitation fee will be deducted from your minimum service charge. Once the meter registers water usage, the sanitation fee will be reinstated. There is a $50 service fee for suspending service. To request suspend service you can do it in person at the City Hall or over the phone at 954-602-HELP (4357).

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1. How do I set up new water and sanitation service with the city?
2. How do I close my utility account?
3. How can I temporarily disconnect my service if the property is going to be vacant for a while?
4. Why don’t I have running water in my home?
5. Why is my water discolored?
6. Where do I report water leaks or main breaks?
7. Where do I report a sewer back-up?
8. Why is my water bill higher than usual?
9. I have no water pressure in my home. What should I do?
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