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The Water and Light division of Municipal Services would like to provide you the following notices:  


Thank a Lineworker Coloring Contest

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Electrical Power "Blinks"

Evansville Water & Light customers may experience an intermittent “blink” in their electric service from time-to-time. Blinks like this can have various causes: a tree branch slapping against a line, a squirrel grounding itself on a line, wind making the electric lines gallop, or a momentary drop in voltage from our electric transmission supplier. As you can imagine it’s hard to track down the exact cause of a blink in the system as it’s something that happens very quickly and then it’s gone. We are working on walking out the affected circuits as a precautionary measure to ensure nothing stands out to us as a potential cause for re-occurrence on our end of the system. We work hard to keep the lights on and greatly appreciate our customers and the information they provide that helps us track down any active issues.
If you experience an outage or see something that doesn’t look right don’t hesitate to call us at 608-882-2288.
Chad A. Renly
Municipal Services Director
City of Evansville

Chloride Reduction Program - Water Softener Rebate

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Hydrant Flushing

Directional flushing compartmentalizes the City’s water system and allows us to better flush each individual sections which will greatly reduce the amounts of settled iron and manganese present in the pipes. These minerals are naturally occurring in the aquifer that we draw from and pose no health risk. Overtime these minerals can settle and oxidizes at the bottom of the water mains. When the water is stirred up from abnormally high flow it can cause a brownish colored water. The reason we are using this method is to mitigate these occurrences of discolored water in the system and hopefully remove the deposits better than what we achieved through previous methods. Water quality is of the utmost importance to the City. We take great pride in the work we do to provide our utility users with clean and safe water. 



Evansville Water and Light will be flushing water mains starting Monday,  May 3rd through Thursday, May 13th 2021. 


Spring 2021 Schedule



Interested in Going Solar?

Solar power for your home is an affordable option for many Wisconsin households. The costs of solar systems have dropped over 70% in the last decade! Solar systems can be sized to offset most or all of the electricity consumed at your house. Declining costs, coupled with federal tax credits and state incentives, have enabled solar energy to become affordable and cost effective all across Wisconsin. Click the link below for more information.

Residential Solar in Wisconsin - January 2020

The smart meter installation process has begun. Here at Evansville Water & Light we will install your smart meter at no extra cost and the installation only takes about 15 minutes so you'll be up and running in no time. Call today to schedule yours. For more information on these 'smart meters' click here. 


After a 7-year tenure as Evansville Community Development Director, Jason Sergeant has been appointed City Administrator by Mayor Bill Hurtley and the City Council. He was selected from a group of two dozen candidates in a national search.

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Meet Our Staff


Chad Renly

Municipal Services Director



Kerry Lindroth

Water and Light Foreperson