Madison - When the mercury plunges, the potential for frozen and/or ruptured pipes rises dramatically.
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Current News Releases
Don't Let Your Pipes Freezeposted
Weekend Water Main Break Caused Water Problems to Arbor Hills Residentsposted
Madison-Water main breaks along the West Beltline frontage road over the weekend caused interruptions in water service to residents of the Arbor Hills area as crews worked to repair the damage in a particularly difficult s
Madison Water Utility Announces Start of Toilet Rebate Incentive Programposted
The Madison Water Utility has begun offering rebates of up to $100 as an incentive for residential customers to replace their older toilets with EPA WaterSense-labeled High Efficiency Toilet (HET) models.
For Neighborhood Fire Safety, Clear Ice and Snow from Hydrantsposted
The City of Madison Fire Department and the Madison Water Utility are asking residents and businesses to help in keeping fire hydrants clear of ice and snow.
Urgent Notice: Water Main Break in Arbor Hills Neighborhoodposted
The Madison Water Utility has been notified of a water main break in the Arbor Hills Neighborhood south of the Beltline and west of Fish Hatchery Road.
Urgent Notice: Water Main Problem on Northeast Sideposted
Water Utility customers on the northeast side of Madison have been experiencing low water pressure and discolored water as a result of a water main rupture overnight.
Water Utility Rate Case Public Hearing Will Be November 11posted
Madison-The Wisconsin Public Service Commission will hold a public hearing on the Madison Water Utility's rate increase request on November 11 at 2 p.m. at the PSC's building located at 610 North Whitney Way.
Water Utility to Begin Construction of Filter Buildingposted
Madison-Construction will begin during the week of September 29 on the building addition that will house an iron and manganese filter at a City water well on the far east side of Madison.
Madison Water Utility Joins EPA's WaterSense Programposted
Madison-The Madison Water Utility has teamed with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) WaterSense program to promote water conservation in the City of Madison.
Public Invited to Meet New Water Utility General Managerposted
Madison-The public is invited to meet the new General Manager of the Madison Water Utility, Tom Heikkinen, next week on Tuesday, August 26, preceding the meeting of the Water Utility Board.
Annual Drinking Water Quality Report Now Available in Spanishposted
Madison-Madison Water Utility is making its Annual Drinking Water Quality Report available in Spanish.
Because of Less Summer Demand, Madison Standby Water Wells Won't All be Neededposted
Madison-This summer's heavy rainfalls have had at least one positive effect: the usual high seasonal demand for water has been blunted, and that has allowed the Madison Water Utility to keep some of its standby wells