The Village's Water Utility is responsible for the maintenance, repair, replacement and operating services for the Village’s Water system. Water is purchased from the Manitowoc Public Utilities through the Central Brown County Water Authority. The Village ensures that the 76.0 miles of transmission mains, 1218 valves, 3 water towers, and 808 public fire hydrants are all functioning properly. The Utility services 1 industrial, 3850 residential, 417 commercial, 178 multifamily residential and 12 public authority customers with an annual consumption of 422 million gallons of water serving a population of over 14,700. View the 2014 Consumer Confidence Report here.
The Village is committed to maintaining an efficient sanitary sewer system by using proper equipment and well trained employees to provide efficient operation of the sewer system.
The Sanitary Sewer Utility is responsible for the maintenance, repair, replacement and operating services for the Village’s sanitary sewer system. The Village ensures that the 70.57 miles of mains and 1,295 manholes remain clear of obstructions and pipe integrity is maintained
The Storm Water Utility maintains the Village’s storm water system including storm sewers, creeks, streams, and drainage ditches, and ponds. The objectives of the SMU are to achieve and maintain compliance with federal and state water quality regulations, to protect wildlife, and protect private property through erosion control efforts and floodplain management.