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Water Department

The Municipality  of Germantown residents and businesses are provided water by a municipality-owned system. The current population served by this system is approximately 5547 or about 2,300 individual service taps.
Jonathan Moore -Director of Public Service


**NOTICE: If payment for delinquent utility services is not paid by 4:30PM on the 15th of the month, water and sewer services will be shut-off on or after the 16th of the month. Disconnected services will not be restored until the delinquent balance on your account is paid in full plus the reconnect fee.

Disconnected services will not be restored until the next business day if payment (either on-line or in person) is made after 1:00 p.m.


Public Service Staff

  • Brian
  • Paul
  • Ken
  • Ben
  • Jason
  • Drew



How We Can Help

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The Municipality of Germantown would like to have your input on new ideas and feedback on how we are doing. Please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Check out Germantown Spending by going to for a detailed financial report.

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Stormwater Education & Outreach

Stormwater Education & Outreach

Storm water runoff is...any water that is not soaked into the ground after a rain storm.

Consequently, storm water runoff can pick up pollutants while flowing into local streams and rivers. The Storm Water Management Program (SWMP), launched in 2003, is ODOT\'s inter-agency effort to control pollutants in storm water discharge.

 How you care for your lawn can affect your local waterways. Runoff, yard clippings, chemicals, where and what you plant are just some of the components that can create stormwater pollution.

Go to for healthy lawn care practices including pollution prevention.

For more ways to prevent stormwater pollution from your lawn, refer to: What You Can Do in Your Yard article below provided by the EPA.

Thank You for doing your part. 

What you can do in your yard »