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The property owner is responsible for all service pipes up to and including the connection to the water main. Typically this includes the pipes from inside the building out to the middle of the street.
If you have a newer gallon meter there is a leak detector on the meter. It is a red triangle in the center of the top of the meter. It should not be turning unless someone or something is using water at the time. If it is indicating usage when there shouldn't be any, you should contact your plumber to determine the source of the leak.
Yes, provided you obtain an outside water meter from the water department prior to using the water. There is a $20 charge for use of the meter. At the current rates 300 cubic feet of water needs to be used to cover the $20 charge. 300 cubic feet is roughly equal to 2250 gallons. To obtain an outside watering meter complete the outside watering meter request form. For more information see the Outside Watering Meters webpage.