Pulaski Water Department
Pulaski Municipal Building
Service & Maintenance
For Water & Sewer questions, please call 920-822-5182 or email
Water & Sewer
The Pulaski Water Department serves approximately 1,300 Residential accounts and 180 Businesses, Industries, and Public Authorities within the village. (Approximately 3,400 population) The Water system was developed in 1947 and has been growing and updating to keep up with the needs of the public. This municipal system is supplied by two wells and has a daily maximum output of 2,160,000 gallons of water.
Although the village has grown, Water loss is gradually being minimized by leak detection programs, equal and fair metering, and public education on conserving our precious ground water resources. The Water system has two reservoirs, with a holding capacity of 250,000- Gallons, and a new elevated Water Tower constructed in 1999, with a capacity of 500,000 Gallons.
The Water Utility staff self operates and maintains the system for distribution and supply, conducts daily water quality testing, collects and complies with all Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources annual Drinking Water Monitoring Requirements.
Distribution system maintenance and repairs are also done by the Utility, along with contracting the Pulaski Public Works Department and/or one of the area local excavation contractors.
The Village Public Works Department and the Water Utility personnel are currently enrolled with the Consolidated Safety Group Program conducted and audited by Advanced Safety Technologies, which is a Co-operative program directed through the Wisconsin Rural Water Association. (W.R.W.A.)
Annual Utility operations also include Quarterly meter reading and billing, the continuous Customer Meter Exchange and testing program, Fire Hydrant Flushing and Maintenance, Valve Exercising Program, along with the Cross Connection Survey.
Other information about the Village Consumer Confidence Report, The Drinking Water Monitoring Sampling results, and the Consolidated Group Safety Program, etc. can be found at the following websites:
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
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