Village of Pulaski
585 E Glenbrook Dr
Pulaski, Wisconsin 54162

 

920 822-5182 920 822-5182

Business Hours

Monday - Thursday08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Friday08:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Water Department

 

Serves approximately 1,300 Residential accounts and 180 Businesses, Industries, and Public Authorities within the village. 
 

For Billing or Move In/Move out Assistance call: (920)822-4851 or

Email: villagetres@villageofpulaski.org

 

For Technical Assistance call: (920)-822-8618 or

Email: jvanlannen@villageofpulaski.org

2021 Consumer Confidence Report can be found here.

Village of Pulaski Automated Utility bill payment.  Payments willl be charged to your bank account for the full amount of your water and sewer bill on the due date.  If funds are not available on the due date when the draw is made an insufficient funds charge of $35.00 will be charged to your account.

 

If you would like to sign up for the automated payments please fill out the form below, attached as a PDF, giving your banking information and approval to withdraw the funds. Please use a form for each individual account.

 

For questions on automated billing please call the Village Hall, 920-822-5182

Automatic Utility Payment form.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [38.1 KB]
Notice of Rate Increase - 3-18-22.pdf
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Rate File Effective 3-18-22.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [95.8 KB]

WHY IS MY WATER DISCOLORED SOMETIMES?

 

The Village of Pulaski's water comes from 2 Wells. One Well is 330 feet in depth and the other Well is 708 feet in depth. Groundwater by its nature will contain dissolved minerals, including naturally occurring iron and/or manganese.  These minerals settle out of the water and accumulate as sediment in the water mains running under Village of Pulaski streets. The Village of Pulaski flushes hydrants every spring and fall for maintenance. These dates will be posted in advance on the Village of Pulaski website.  The Village of Pulaski Public Works and Utilities flush the mains through fire hydrants to remove this accumulated sediment, and that action or any other disturbances such as fire suppression, a water main break, contractor work, hydrant maintenance or any type of high water demand can stir up sediment resulting in discolored water.  If your water becomes discolored, run a cold water tap at full force until the water clears.  Usually it will clear in a few minutes.  If it doesn’t, please call the Public Works Department at 920-822-8618, or villageofpulaski.org and click on contact us

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