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  • KWU Home
    with a virtually unlimited supply of water The Kenosha Water Utility provides water and wastewater service to more than 100 000 persons in the greater Kenosha Metropolitan area including the City of Kenosha Village of Pleasant Prairie Town of Somers and Village of Bristol The Kenosha Water Utility also provides a monthly Household Hazardous Waste Collection Service for the City of Kenosha residents Our mission Providing and Protecting Kenosha s Greatest Natural Resource Since 1895 the Kenosha Water Utility has operated as a public utility In that year the Kenosha Common Council appointed a Board of Water Commissioners The Board is composed of six alder persons appointed by the Mayor The management and operation of the Kenosha Water Utility is under the direction of the General Manager The General Manager is appointed by the Board of Water Commissioners The Kenosha Water Utility is a municipally owned fiscally independent public utility organized under authority of 66 068 of the Wisconsin State Statutes and Chapter XXXII of the City of Kenosha City Ordinances It is solely financed by water and sewer service charges SPECIAL NEWS Service insurance companies are not affiliated with the Kenosha Water Utility Read More Water Production Plant pdf

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  • Contact Us
    this location 4401 Green Bay Road Kenosha WI 53144 262 653 4300 Water Production Plant This is the Water Treatment Plant and main Pumping Station All of the Kenosha water supply is obtained from Lake Michigan 100 51st Place Kenosha WI 53140 262 653 4330 Wastewater Treatment Plant This is the Wastewater Sewage Treatment Plant The treated wastewater is discharged to Lake Michigan and the solids are hauled to a

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  • FAQ
    4300 2 What is the current balance due on my water sewer account Call the Kenosha Water Utility Business Office Give your account number or address 3 Why is my water sewer bill so high Usually a leaking toilet If not call Kenosha Water Utility Business Office for inspection of your premises 4 Have my tenants paid their bill Call the Kenosha Water Utility Business Office provide the account number or address 5 How can I avoid having my water shut off because of a delinquent bill Pay your bill by the due date or call the Kenosha Water Utility Business Office to make payment arrangements 6 Why did I receive a Real Estate Tax Roll notice of a delinquent water sewer bill The delinquent bill on October 15th exceeded 15 00 7 Did I receive a sprinkling credit Call the Kenosha Water Utility Business Office Sprinkling credit is only given on summer sewer consumption when summer use exceeds the average winter use 8 What were the total water and sewer bills paid for the year for tax purposes Call the Kenosha Water Utility Business Office for a total Check with your tax consultant if you may claim the charges

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  • Site Map
    Meter How Your Bill is Calculated Temporary Vacancies Sprinkling Credit Water and Sewarage Service Rates Final Bill Request Form Water Quality CCR water quality Reports Helpful Tips Tips to Conserve Pollution Free Hom e Sewer Maintenance Household Hazardous Waste Program Program Description Schedule and Location Eligible Products Waste Oil and Appliances Engineering Engineering Overview Prequalification Form Current Projects Hydrant Painting Program Water Main Specifications Water Main Detail Sheet Sanitary Sewer

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  • Emergency Contacts
    Plans and Specifications About Your Bill Water Quality Helpful Tips Household Hazardous Waste Program Engineering GIS Conservation Reports Careers Links Emergency Contact Information The Kenosha Water Utility Provides 24 hour 7 Day a Week Emergency Service Phone Business Office 8 00 a m to 4 30 p m 653 4300 Emergency Water Service after 4 30 p m 653 4330 Emergency Sewer Service after 4 30 p m 653 4335

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  • Sump Pump Page
    plumber Please note if you received a Commercial Cross Connection Control Survey Letter you MUST call a licensed plumber to complete the inspection by the due date Download the Cross Connection Form Sump pumps are designed to move ground water away from a building foundation Typically the water will discharge to the adjacent yard or street or better still directly to the storm sewer Unfortunately in some cases the sump pump will discharge to a sanitary sewer line within the building itself Not only is this in violation of city ordinance but it increases the risk of basement flooding to you and your neighbors because it contributes excessive water to the sanitary sewer system during rain events More importantly perhaps the costs of treating the additional water are considerable Cross connections are a serious danger to our drinking water where contaminated water can backflow into the water supply system A backflow occurs when a change in water pressure reverses the direction that the water moves This can happen when the pressure in your pipes is greater than the municipal water pressure or when a drop in the municipal water pressure causes a siphon effect and draws water back from your

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  • News
    2012 Third Quarter 2012 Second Quarter 2012 First Quarter 2012 July August 2011 May June 2011 March April 2011 January February 2011 November December 2010 September October 2010 July August 2010 May June 2010 March April 2010 January February 2010 November December 2009 September October 2009 July August 2009 pdf May June 2009 pdf March April 2009 pdf January February 2009 pdf November December 2008 pdf July August 2008 pdf

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  • Contract Plans
    and cost effective manner Project advertisements on QuestCDN and in The Labor Paper will include the Quest project number you will need to access the electronic bid documents Benefits of the electronic delivery of bid documents from QuestCDN include You may become a member of QuestCDN without cost You only pay for the bid documents you download Bid documents can be previewed without cost You can look over the plan drawings and specifications before deciding whether to download the bid documents While paper copies of bid documents will be made available for the foreseeable future electronic bid documents will be available at a fraction of the cost Bid documents will be delivered in the Adobe PDF format so there is no software investment required just the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program You can print just the pages you need helping to reduce paper waste If addenda are issued you will automatically be notified by e mail to return to the web site to access them Addenda may be downloaded without cost Plan holder lists and project bid results will be available on the web site A Proof of Responsibility can be downloaded at no cost You may contact QuestCDN at

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