PPU is hearing from customers that are concerned about their water service freezing this winter. PPU advises these water customers to take the temperature of their water and then continue monitoring it until the frost is out of the ground. This is especially important for customers that have experienced frozen water services in the past. […]
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!
Princeton Public Utilities flushes hydrants twice per year, typically in April and October. Flushing creates a scouring velocity in the water mains in order to remove any settled material like manganese. It also serves as a fire hydrant function check and inspection. If discolored water is experienced, it is usually temporary and will clear up […]
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
The water meters in town have reached the end of their useful life-span. As a result, Princeton Public Utilities has begun a citywide water meter replacement project to replace the old water meter in your home or business. This process will require two representatives of Princeton Public Utilities to enter your residence or business for […]