News and Notices

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  • The Water Utility will be flushing hydrants the week of May 15, 2017 with work continuing into early June. This may cause the water to be discolored due to the disturbance in the mains. We advise customers not to do white laundry on days that crews are flushing in your area. If any discoloration is noticed in your water, please let your cold water run for a 10-15 minutes from a bath tub faucet to clear out any discoloration or air that may be present. Occasionally the screens in your faucets may also be required to be cleaned out to restore full flow. For information on where flushing will be done during a specific time period, please contact the Commission Office at (262) 248-2311. 
  • The Wastewater Utility is currently recruiting to fill a Wastewater Operator position. Please see the job posting for more information.
  • The Water Utility's 2016 Consumer Confidence Report is available on the new Water Utility page. The CCR contains the most recent annual data pertaining to the water quality supplied by the Utility. 
  • Our newsletter is here! Check out our spring edition of the Commission Connection. We hope it provides customers with a deeper look into utility operations and projects along with sharing tips and tech on various topics within the industry, including resource conservation and infrastructure preservation. 
  • The Utility Commission recently approved an increase for sewer rates that will become effective March 1, 2017. The increase will be attached to the usage (flow) portion of bills and will be seen by quarterly customers on the bills issued in July of 2017.
  • The Lake Geneva Utility Commission is offering a $100 rebate available to customers who change to an on demand regenerating water softener. Find out more about the rebate program and help to reduce chloride loadings into the collection system.
  • Have a question about your utility bill or service? Call the Utility Commission office during business hours  Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 262.248.2311, or send an e-mail anytime to - we aim to respond within 1-2 business days.
  • Find out how you can help avoid a sewer backup here.

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