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Reminder: City of Greendale Offices Closed for Memorial Day on Monday, May 27th

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Electric Department:

The Electric Department has five (5) employees and provides electric service to the residents and commercial buildings in Greendale. Four substations and associated transformers in the City step the voltage down wherein the homes and businesses can utilize the power provided. The department maintains over 560 newly installed LED street lights. Greendale is also a member of the Indiana Municipal Power Association (IMPA). IMPA has over 50 members and is headquartered in Indianapolis. IMPA provides members with wholesale electric service as well as consulting assistance with its staff. Greendale was a founding member of IMPA.

Water Department:

The Water Department maintains and operates the water plant and water lines in the City of Greendale. The water plant pumps an average of 1.1 million gallons a day to the City, the Hidden Valley Lake subdivision and parts of the North Dearborn Water system. The City has over 35 miles of water lines and 228 fire hydrants. In addition, the City has 2 storage tanks that store 1,000,000 gallons of water each. The City upgrades old lines and hydrants in conjunction with road work projects. The water department has 3 staff members who maintain the lines. Links 2018 Ordinance - Amendment To Water Rates2019 Water Quality Report2021 Water Quality Report2022 Water Quality ReportCity of Greendale Wellhead Protection Area

Sewer Department:

The Wastewater Department has 2 employees. The department has 14 lift stations which pump sewage to the South Dearborn Regional Sewer District which the City owns one third of, along with Aurora and Lawrenceburg. The vacuum/jetter truck assists the staff with keeping the sewer pipes free of debris and blockages. The staff maintains 31 miles of gravity sewer lines and 6 miles of sewer force mains.

Utility Office:

The utility office is staffed by the Utility Clerk and Utility Receptionist/Customer Service. The staff compile the water, sewer, electric and sanitation bills each month and mail them to nearly 2200 locations. Purchasing and bills are paid by the Deputy Clerk Treasurer. Resident inquiries and work orders are directed to this staff for routing. Accounting reports and tracking of utility budgets are done by the Clerk Treasurer’s office. You can pay your utility bill by credit/debit card or ACH.  Utilities also accepts online payments HERE. For more info call the Utility Office:  (812) 537-2125

Contact Information & Hours:

Address: 510 Ridge Ave. Greendale, IN 47025

Phone: 812-537-2125

Fax: 812-537-2310

Hours

Monday through Friday: 7:30am to 4:30pm

Saturday and Sunday: Closed

City of Greendale

Utility Departments

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