Why do I have low or no water pressure?

There are a variety of potential reasons that may be causing low or no water pressure at your property. Frequently internal plumbing problems, such as, inadvertently closed or partially closed valves, leaking or frozen pipes, or a clogged screen on the aerator of a faucet, are the cause of water pressure problems. Some "detective work" is required to identify the specific cause and correct pressure problems associated with internal plumbing problems. In some cases, low or no pressure may be associated with work on the City's water distribution system, although we typically issue notice door-to-door in such cases. If you are unable to resolve the problem and you need immediate assistance, call 309.524.2300.

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1. How do I know Moline's drinking water is safe?
2. How do I pay my city utility bill?
3. How do I start my water service?
4. The shut-off valve at my water meter is leaking, who do I call?
5. Why is my City Utility bill higher than usual?
6. How can I establish a new water/sewer connection?
7. I do not want to pay sewer charges when I water my lawn or fill my swimming pool.
8. Why does my water look rusty, smell or have other unappealing aesthetic qualities?
9. When will the city fix the hole that was dug in the street, driveway, sidewalk or yard for a repair/maintenance?
10. Why do I have low or no water pressure?
11. How do I shut off my water service?
12. How do I locate the water or sewer line on my property?
13. How can I replace or repair my water meter?
14. Why is my water milky in appearance?
15. What is a water meter?
16. How hard is Moline water?
17. What is the pinkish film in my toilet, shower or pet's dish?
18. What should I do if I see water coming up in the street, boulevard, sidewalk, yard or by a fire hydrant?