March 2022 Connector
Residents to pay small fee on utility bills paid with credit card starting May 1st, 2022. See our press release for more info.
PPU Water Customers can save 3% At the January 26th Commission meeting final approval was given to provide residential customers with a 3% savings on their water bill if they successfully pay for their utilities through ACH. Bill credits will start to show up on utility bills due March 12th. Sign up today and […]
On November 17th, the Princeton Public Utilities authorized a Utility Rate Study to be conducted in 2022. The slideshow presentation on the goals and objectives of utility rate studies is available online.
At the May Princeton Public Utilities’ Commission meeting, Commissioners congratulated Geoffrey Skeim for winning First Place in the Minnesota Municipal Utilities Association’s (MMUA’s) Tom Bovitz Memorial Scholarship Award Competition. In attendance was Steve Downer, MMUA Director of Communications and Member Relations. Steve emphasized that Minnesota municipal utilities view electricity as a service to be provided […]
Princeton, MN – March 31, 2021 — Princeton Public Utilities has received national recognition for achieving exceptional electric reliability in 2020. The recognition comes from the American Public Power Association (APPA), a trade group that represents more than 2,000 not-for-profit, community-owned electric utilities. Full statement is available here.
Princeton Public Utilities is once again offering a $500 scholarship for a graduating high school senior who plans to attend a post-secondary education institution. Applicants must be, or have a legal guardian that is, an electric customer of Princeton Public Utilities. The local winner will automatically be entered into a statewide competition for up to […]
A big shout-out to the power plant crew, Scott D., Kenny, Scott S., Jim, and Paul (not pictured) as well as thanks to the line crew for their assistance during the current cold snap. Princeton Public Utilities has been operating all generation units to support the electrical grid. Operations began at 6am Monday, February 15th […]
We are proud to announce that Jeremy Linden will be the new Electric Superintendent for Princeton Public Utilities. Linden was selected from a very competitive group of applicants and has been with Princeton Public Utilities for over 17 years as a Lineworker, including the last 4 years as Lead Lineworker. Linden stated that he is […]
Did you know we have a capacity of 3 million gallons of water that can be treated and passed through filtration in Princeton? Ever wonder how many gallons of water the city uses? Find these and more exciting facts in this tour of the water treatment facility in Princeton, MN.