Starting in 2020, Princeton Public Utilities will not include a separate Minnesota Department of Health Water Service Connection Fee on your utility bill. Instead, we will pay for this cost without raising your rates!
Keith Butcher, General Manager Princeton Public Utilities and Princeton Public Utilities Commissioner and 2020 Chair, Greg Hanson presented Paul Brown, Pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church, a rebate for converting to LED lamps in the church sanctuary. This effort was led by Jerry Randall (not pictured) who is a member of the Church Facilities Committee at […]
Princeton Public Utilities Commissioner and 2020 Chair, Greg Hanson presented Plastics Products Co. Maintenance Supervisor Stacey Ness, and Plant Manager Nate Carlson with a $2,288 rebate check for two recently completed energy efficiency projects. The first project focused on Plastic Product’s compressed air system. Princeton Public Utilities conducted a free leak survey identifying 29 individual […]
Per Governor Walz’s ‘Stay Home’ order, all Princeton Public Utilities facilities will remain closed until April 10th. Please call us at 763-389-2252 or email us at email@example.com with any questions or to make a payment. Our payment drop box is located at the “Employees Only” door on First Street, west of the utility lobby entrance.
At Princeton Public Utilities we are continuing to monitor the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on public health and the local economy. We understand the impacts that this crisis is having on individual incomes as well as small business revenues. Believing that it is important for all of us to come together and help […]
Since the need for reliable electricity and clean water has not gone away, the Princeton Public Utilities Commission will still conduct its monthly meeting scheduled for Wednesday, March 25th at 1pm. However, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the meeting will be held via a video conference call and all attendees will be attending remotely. […]
from the Minnesota Department of Health Many systems around the country have received calls asking if COVID-19 can be transmitted via drinking water. COVID-19 is not a waterborne disease and both EPA and CDC have addressed this in the following links: EPA: Coronavirus and Drinking Water and Wastewater CDC: Water Transmission and COVID-19
At Princeton Public Utilities, the health and well-being of our customers, employees, and community is a top priority and we are committed to being responsive to the needs of our customers as the situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve. Princeton Public Utilities is also working hard to ensure that our customers continue to […]
Led by Plant Operations Director Mitch Boser, Elim Care and Rehab Center recently converted over 1,000 lamps and fixtures to LEDs. In recognition of their efforts, Princeton Public Utilities provided them with $5,487.99 in energy efficiency rebates. It is estimated that Elim Care will see a $13,000 annual reduction in their utility bills as a […]