lake geneva utility commission
Municipal Water and Wastewater Utility Services
News and Notices
The Lake Geneva Utility Commission is recruiting to fill a full time Water Utility Operator position. The primary focus of this position will be the operations, maintenance and field activity records related to the water distribution system. This position will also routinely work with Wastewater Utility personnel to assist in performing maintenance activities related to the wastewater collection system and treatment operations.
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ACH PAYMENT FORMS AVAILABLE ONLINE
Customers can choose to have payments automatically withdrawn for bill payment. Please fill out the ACH form and return it to the Utility Commission office in person, by fax or mail.
WASTEWATER RATE INCREASE
In conjunction with the 2018 Wastewater Operating Budget the Utility Commission approved a rate increase that will become effective December 5, 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 April of 2018. The flow rate was increased by $0.74/unit for city customers and $0.92/unit for suburban customers. A listing of current rates can be found on our Billing and Rates page.
The Commission's quarterly newsletter 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.
CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT
The Water Utility's latest Consumer Confidence Report is available on the Water Utility page. The CCR contains the most recent annual data pertaining to the water quality supplied by the Utility.
ARE YOU WORTH YOUR SALT?
The Wastewater Utility is interested in finding out and is offering rebates to customers who help cut salt from the collection and treatment system. Check our Wastewater Utility page for more information.
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