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Lineman Appreciation Coloring Contest
Get out your colored pencils, entries are due May 1!
ENERGY STAR Incentives
Receive a $25 bill credit when you upgrade to ENERGY STAR® appliances!
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Lineworker Appreciation Day Coloring Contest
Sharpen your colored pencils and bust out your crayons!

To celebrate National Lineworker Appreciation Day on April 18, Stoughton Utilities is pleased to be holding our annual coloring contest.

The coloring contest runs from now through May 1 to raise awareness and show appreciation to the local utility’s line crew. One of the benefits of a locally owned, not-for-profit utility like Stoughton Utilities, is a dedicated, hometown line crew ready to respond quickly when issues arise.

The deadline for entry is May 1 ...
Don't Fall Victim to Utility Scams
Every year, variations of a utility scam pop up in various Wisconsin communities, including Stoughton and Madison. In all cases the scammer preys upon people's fears, frequently in low-income neighborhoods, and uses high-pressure intimidation tactics to get the victim to make a payment or provide account information.

If you receive a suspicious call, hang up and call our office or the Stoughton Police Department to determine if it was a SU employee. If anyone claiming to be a SU employee visits your home or business, request to see their utility ID card and contact our office if you question the authenticity. If anyone claiming to offer bill payment assistance visits your home, close the door and immediately contact the Stoughton Police Department ...
Electric Service Disconnections Resume April 15
Stoughton Utilities is advising customers who are behind on their bills to promptly pay any delinquent balances, or to contact us to discuss a deferred payment agreement if unable to pay in full. Service disconnections will resume in April, so customers should plan now how they will address any unpaid bills.

Wisconsin’s Winter Emergency Period, often referred to as the moratorium on residential service disconnection, ends April 15. Electric and water service disconnections can resume on or after that date.

Stoughton Utilities will disconnect all accounts with severely delinquent balances on Wednesday, April 24.

Unpaid utility bills drive up costs for the whole community due to the fact that any balance that is uncollectable is essentially recovered from the entire customer base through future rates. It is Stoughton Utilities' goal to do whatever we can to collect unpaid bills, while also helping customers avoid service disruptions for nonpayment by working with them to establish a deferred payment agreement ...