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Public Power Week Scavenger Hunt
Celebrate Public Power Week October 7-11 with a family friendly scavenger hunt!
Public Drinking Water Notice
Six homes had drinking water samples containing elevated concentrations of lead.
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Public Power Week Scavenger Hunt
Stoughton Utilities is celebrating Public Power Week October 7-11 with a family friendly scavenger hunt! Crack the code using the clues provided. Visit the secret Stoughton location and send us a picture to be entered to win a new grand prize every day! Additional prizes will also be awarded throughout the week to lucky participants.

Public Power puts the people of Stoughton first, and Public Power Week gives us the chance to celebrate the advantages of locally owned power with our citizens. Public Power Week is observed annually during the first full week of October, and celebrates the reliable, affordable electricity that publicly owned utilities provide to their communities. This year, Stoughton is celebrating its 128th anniversary as a Public Power Community! ...
Public Drinking Water Notice
Each year, Stoughton Utilities collects drinking water samples from 30 homes, and tests those samples to determine the amount of lead and copper that is present in those homes’ drinking water. All of the homes sampled have lead service lines, and the samples are taken from inside the homes at a faucet that provides drinking water.

Of the 30 sites sampled, six returned samples that contained elevated concentrations of lead. We have no reason to believe at this time that these levels are indicative of the water quality at the other lead service locations, or at the 85% of locations not served by lead service lines.

Lead is not a naturally occurring groundwater contaminant in the City of Stoughton, and is not sourced by the utility’s groundwater wells or water towers. Rather, lead finds its way into homes’ drinking water from the lead service lines that were installed to specific properties, as well as internal plumbing solder and older plumbing fixtures. 85% of properties in Stoughton do not have lead service lines.

We are viewing this as an opportunity to continue to further educate the community about the danger of lead and what they can do to determine if their home is affected to minimize any risk, as well as develop ways for the utility and municipality to eliminate lead from the drinking water system ...
Upgrade your appliances with ENERGY STAR
Get a $25 bill credit today!
The average household spends about $2,000 a year on energy costs. Appliances and electronics account for about 30 percent of that amount. ENERGY STAR® qualified appliances incorporate advanced technologies that use 10-50% less energy and water than standard models, without sacrificing any features or convenience! Look for the ENERGY STAR logo whenever purchasing new appliances or devices.

Stoughton Utilities has partnered with Wisconsin Focus on Energy, ENERGY STAR, and participating retailers to make these high-performing, high-quality products more affordable. That means you’ll save on your purchase, you’ll save year after year and you’ll help save the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

In 2019, Stoughton Utilities customers can receive a $25 bill credit incentive upon the purchase of certain ENERGY STAR rate products. Incentives are available for ENERGY STAR dehumidifiers, clothes dryers, clothes washers, dishwashers, freezers, refrigerators, and air purifiers ...