Madison Water Utility set to restore limited in-person services at the Water Utility Administrative Offices at 119 E Olin Ave beginning Tues., July 6.
The utility is pleased to report that Madison’s drinking water continues to meet or exceed all federal and state standards for health and safety.
Hot weather/out of service wells prompt Madison Water Utility to ask that customers voluntarily limit outdoor water use.
Madison Water Utility’s pipe cleaning program starts April 5. Where crews are working, people may temporarily have discolored water or low pressure.
Mayor Rhodes-Conway announces the appointment of Krishna Kumar to serve as General Manager for the Madison Water Utility. Mr.
A brutally cold stretch is just around the corner, so it's important for home and business owners to act now to protect their water pipes from freezing or bursting.
Water meters and pipes:
Madison Water Utility is reminding you to clear snow away from the fire hydrants near your home.
Pumpage totals for 2020 are in, and they reveal a continued shift in the way Madison uses water.
Madison Water Utility is reminding people to protect our lakes, rivers, streams and drinking water by using less salt this winter.
Mayor Rhodes-Conway announced today that Joe Grande, Water Quality Manager for the Madison Water Utility, will serve as Interim General Manager (GM) of the Water Utility while a new GM is being recruited.
The Madison Water Utility Board will be reviewing Madison’s drinking water fluoridation policy at its upcoming August 25th meeting. The policy was last reviewed in 2014.
Madison Water Utility has completed its annual comprehensive testing for a class of chemicals known as PFAS in the city’s drinking water wells.