Is it true that all properties in Brookfield will receive municipal water?
Yes. In 1999 the Common Council began discussing the need for a comprehensive water system build out plan to serve all properties in the City of Brookfield with municipal water. The City developed a water main extension policy to accomplish this in early 2001 and subsequently adopted it in June of 2002 and has specifically reconfirmed the policy many times since. The water main extension policy provides for the logical extension of water main to all properties in the City of Brookfield.

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1. Can I still use my private well for outside watering once I connect to City Water?
2. Where can I get my private well tested?
3. Does my city water come from Milwaukee?
4. How does the City decide where to put new water main and when?
5. How do I know when water is planned to be installed in my area?
6. Why does my sump pump run more often than usual?
7. What is the water pressure in my area?
8. What is a water emergency?
9. Is it true that all properties in Brookfield will receive municipal water?
10. Why do we need municipal water, our well is fine?
11. What does it cost to get water service?
12. Do we need to pay all of the assessment at once?
13. Once water is installed in the street, when do we need to connect?
14. When will we get city water?
15. Are there any restrictions on lawn or garden watering?