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Rusty Water?
Is your water dirty or rusty? We are flushing our water mains, but the water remains safe.
ENERGY STAR Incentives
Receive a $25 bill credit when you upgrade to ENERGY STAR® appliances!
Choose Renewable!
Green is affordable with our Choose Renewable program. Blocks start at $2 a month.
Lights Out? Let Us Know!
If you lose power, call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at (608) 873-9322.
Summer Electric Demand
Overall customer demand for electricity is highest in the summer, largely due to increased air conditioner usage. This increased summer demand raises the cost of wholesale power, as well as puts pressure on the distribution system to ensure that enough power is being provided during peak times when people use it the most. As the community’s locally owned utility, we work with our wholesale power supplier WPPI Energy to continue meeting the electric needs of the homes and businesses we serve ...
June 20, 2022 Power Outage
At approximately 3:30 p.m., Stoughton Utilities experienced an outage affecting customers along one distribution circuit on the west side of the city. By 4:30 p.m., power had been restored to most customers. Power was restored to all customers by 5:15 p.m.

Stoughton Utilities recognizes that these types of outages are an inconvenience to our customers, especially on such a hot day. If you experience any health or safety concerns resulting from a power outage or any other cooling equipment failure during daytime hours, the City of Stoughton has established dedicated cooling centers:

Stoughton Public Library
304 South 4th Street
Stoughton Senior Center
248 West Main Street
For information on outage safety and preparation tips, please visit our Storm & Outage pages ...
Drinking Water Quality Report
Stoughton Utilities is required to regularly monitor Stoughton's drinking water for specific contaminants to ensure that it meets all health and safety standards. Based on this monitoring, Stoughton Utilities issues an annual report describing the quality of your drinking water. The purpose of this report is to raise your understanding of drinking water sources and its potential contaminates ...
2022 Summer Hydrant Flushing Program
Stoughton Utilities will be conducting its annual summer flushing program of water mains and fire hydrants. Flushing operations will start Monday, May 9 and will be conducted weekdays between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Flushing operations will conclude approximately the first week in July.

Flushing of the water mains is conducted by opening the fire hydrants and allowing the water to flow for several minutes. The purpose of flushing is to remove sediment and mineral deposits that settle on the bottom of the water mains. Some temporary discoloration of water may result, and although it may cause laundry stains, the water remains safe to drink. Issues with sediment and discoloration may be cleared by opening your cold water faucets to full pressure once utility personnel have left the area ...