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For questions about the Water Meter Replacement program or questions about a water bill related to installation of a new meter, see the FAQ provided for additional information.

Water / Sewer Rates

Elk Grove Village provides water and sewer services for residents and businesses within the community. The Village purchases Lake Michigan water through the North Suburban Municipal Joint Action Water Agency (JAWA). JAWA currently contracts with the City of Chicago for water.

Water Rates as of January 1, 2015: 



    Unincorporated*         Bensenville    

Branniger Estates    

Water/Sewer Charge (per 1,000 gallons) 




$78.02 ** 

*Please note: Certain unincorporated properties receive sewer services from Bensenville.
**Flat Rate

In November 2011, the City of Chicago launched an unprecedented increase in water rates. While Elk Grove absorbed as much of Chicago’s rate increase for as long as possible, the Village was compelled in 2012 to pass along some of Chicago’s rate increase to residents as most other municipalities have done already.

In an effort to properly account for all water consumed by customers in Elk Grove Village, the Village installs water meters in all homes, businesses, schools, and government buildings within the Village. Water consumption is billed bi-monthly. Billing for all water consumption indirectly results in conservation as residents and businesses are only charged for what they consume.

Please Note: The inside water meter is the meter of record. Periodic comparisons of readings should be made to ensure accuracy of the outside reader. If a discrepancy is noted, please contact Utility Billing at (847) 357-4060.

The revenue from water and sewer fees is used to pay for the cost of the water purchased from JAWA as well as the maintenance and repair of the Village’s water and sewer system.