The City of Munroe Falls purchases drinking water from the City of Cuyahoga Falls. The Cuyahoga Falls water treatment plant, which is located at 2028 Munroe Falls Avenue, uses well water as a source. The well field consists of 18 wells located in Water Works Park on the south bank of the Cuyahoga River. This well field is the source for raw water to the water treatment plant.
The Munroe Falls pumping station pumps an average of 340,000 gallons of water a night into two water tanks: a 1.5 million gallon reservoir located behind Sprenger Retirement Center and a 200,000 gallon tower on Gaylord Drive. Although we don’t treat the water, our city tests for coliform bacteria, chlorine levels, and lead and copper, asbestos and disinfection byproducts. Please refer to our yearly consumer confidence reports for more information and test results.
The protection of our drinking water source is the responsibility of all residents. Please dispose of chemicals, household cleaners and pesticides in the proper manner. When in Doubt; Don’t just throw it out! If you have questions or need information about how to dispose of chemicals please refer to your trash hauler, Summit County Household Hazardous Waste Facility or Summit County Reworks.
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DRINKING WATER CLICK HERE: Latest Water Quality Report
Contact the Director of Public Service, Jim Bowery at 330-688-7491 with questions or if you would like a copy of this report sent directly to you.
Access information about water-related emergency situations including what to do after hours.
The City of Munroe Falls Water Department has prepared reports on the quality of your drinking water, including general health information, water quality test results, how to participate in decisions concerning your drinking water and water system contacts.
View information about your water bill including additional fees and check out different payment options.
Read about the water meters used by the Water Department and your responsibilities in protecting them from damage and maintaining their accessibility.
Information about having and finding a potential water leak in your home or business
Information about transferring utilities, uncertified special assessments and what to do when moving in or out of Munroe Falls for homeowners, title companies and realtors.
Backflow program, backflow forms, etc