The Waukesha Water Transition Will Start On October 9th

The City of Waukesha will begin the transition to Lake Michigan water starting on Monday, October 9th. The transition should take approximately one week for residents and may take slightly longer to transition the entire city. For answers to all your transition questions please visit our transition page or call the Waukesha Water Utility at 262-521-5272.

Water transition

Learn what to expect from the upcoming water transition and how to prepare yourself when we transition in October.

Rate FAQs

Total water and return flow bills will increase over the next several years to reflect the increasing costs of regular operations and maintenance, as well as the costs of the new water supply project. Find answers to all your water rate questions here.

Going with the flow

Going with the Flow

A preferred route has been determined.

In Your Community

In Your Area

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Program Tracker

Program Tracker

Want to know exactly what stage of the project we’re on? Follow along here.

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We’d like to address some of the common questions that have arisen since Lake Michigan was identified as the only sustainable long-term water supply for Waukesha.

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The Great Water Alliance welcomes your thoughts and opinions as we work to improve and protect water resources in the City of Waukesha, the Root River, and the Lake Michigan Basin. Feel free to leave us a message below, or call our dedicated hotline at (262) 409-4444.

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