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Example: The usage on your September 2014 bill was 3,800 cubic feet or 28,428 gallons (3,800 x 7.481 = 28,428).
As you know, the City experienced an exceptionally wet spring and early summer. Over 30 inches of rain fell between May and July. However, less than ½ inch of rain fell on the City in August. As a result, many residents did not start watering their yards until August, which means that if you water your yard, your water usage increased dramatically in August which is reflected on your September bill. During a normal year, water usage from outside watering will increase gradually usually beginning in May or June and peak in July or August.