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Metro Water is excited to be cooperating with Water City USA for Nashville's first-ever Adopt-A-Storm Drain Program, which helps communities reduce pollution and prevent localized flooding.
FEMA has produced new flood maps for Nashville/Davidson Co. that become effective early April 2017. View these changes to determine if the flood hazard in your area has been affected.
REMINDER: Metro Water Services' staff will ALWAYS provide ID, and will not usually show up at your home without prior notification. Call 615-862-4600 to verify employees and the type of work.
Metro Water Services takes our responsibility to protect our customers from lead exposure and other contaminants seriously and take every precaution to ensure that our water is of the highest quality.
Most homeowners do not realize that they are responsible for their water and sewer service lines. A service line protection program can protect homeowners from unexpected repair expenses.
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