Detroit City Council Says No To Water And Sewer Rate HikeDetroit City Council has voted against a water and sewer rate hike that was proposed by the Water and Sewerage Department.
Highland Park Residents Upset Over Proposal Which Could Add Thousands To Water BillsA heated meeting in Highland Park city council chambers Thursday evening centering around water bills.
Residents Express Concern, Need For Affordable Water Rates During Public MeetingDetroit Water Board members got an earful from the public over proposed rate increases.
Fund Set Up To Help Distressed Pay Water, Other Utility BillsAfter a summer of shut-offs, the Detroit Water Fund was set-up with the intention of helping Detroiters pay off those bills
Judge Won't Stop Water Shutoffs In DetroitDisappointing news for Detroit residents who were hoping for a moratorium on unpaid water bills ...
Judge Will Make Detroit Water Decision MondayMayor Duggan's top aide said daily shutoffs are down to 350 to 400 and roughly 30,000 people have enrolled in payment plans.
Group Calls On Detroit To Permanently Extend Moratorium On Water ShutoffsThe city had given residents who were late on their water bills 15 days to pay up.
Fund To Help Struggling Detroit Water Customers, Flood CleanupThe money will be administered through the United Way for Southeastern Michigan.
Automakers, United Way Give $200,000 To Help Detroiters With Water BillsOfficials gathered at the United Way 211 Call Center to announce $200,000 in contributions to the Detroit Water Fund on Monday.
Mayor Announces Plan To Help Residents Stay Current On Their Water BillsDetroit's mayor announced Thursday the bankrupt city will offer affordable, consistent payment plans and financial assistance to many delinquent customers.
Detroit Targets Businesses With Overdue Water Bills"The people will pay their bill when they're forced to pay their bill."
Majority Of Delinquent Detroit Water Customers In Culture Of: 'You're Not Making Me Pay,' Says Deputy Director Several people protested outside the Detroit Water department building Thursday, saying customers are having service cut off at an alarming rate and the practice is inhumane.