Customer Service: (816) 331-4331
Water Shop: (816) 322-1885
Email backflow reports to: firstname.lastname@example.org
After-Hours Emergency: (816) 331-1500
Monday - Friday
7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
The Water Services Division operates and maintains the city's water reservoirs, pump stations, and water mains to deliver the highest quality drinkable water to our customers. The City of Belton currently purchases its water from the Kansas City Water Department.
The City of Belton’s 2022 Water Quality Report is available at: http://www.dnr.mo.gov/ccr/MO1010061.pdf
Water Services collects over 350 water samples a year and this report details results collected during 2021. If you have questions or would like to request a paper copy, please contact Don Tyler, Water Services Manager at (816) 322-1885.
For information regarding water/sewer billing, please visit Utility Billing.
2022 Water Quality Report(PDF, 394KB)
Frozen water lines can lead to costly repairs for homeowners. Explore the information below to learn how to prevent water lines from freezing and actions to take if they do freeze.
Please call Missouri One Call at (800) DIG-RITE or 8-1-1 for line locates. Requests are accepted 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Water Saver Website
Explore the information below to learn more about water usage statistics.
Gallons Per Capita
Percentage of Total Daily Use
SourcesThe following information is provided through the U.S. Geological Survey and the American Water Works Association.
Water Conservation Fixtures
If all U.S. households installed water-saving features, water use would decrease by 30%, saving an estimated 5.4 billion gallons per day. This would result in savings of $11.3 million per day, or more than $4 billion per year. Water-conserving fixtures installed in U.S. households in 1998 alone saved 44 million gallons of water every day, resulting in total dollar-value savings of more than $33.6 million per year.
Household Water Use
National Water Use
Approximately 339,000 million gallons per day (MGD) of freshwater (about a quarter of the national renewable supply) were withdrawn during 1990 for use by the nation's homes, farms, and industries. About 220 billion gallons per day were returned to streams after use. The withdrawals during 1990 were about 7% less than during 1980, the maximum year reported, and about the same as during 1985. Some reasons for the decline are:
Locations & Water Use
Amount of Water Received (in MGD)