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NATIVE PLANTS FOR BIRDS SEMINAR

Unlike many non-native ornamental plants, native plants provide everything a bird needs to thrive, from insects to feed their young, to shelter, to nuts, seeds, and berries. Learn which plants to grow to entice birds to visit and nest in your yard. Register today!

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Toilets make up approximately 40% of indoor water usage. These fixtures are prone to leaks that waste large amounts of water and may impact your utility bill.  

NEWS & EVENTS 
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Disconnections, Late Fees & Non-Emergency Services Suspended.
03/17/2020
Fountain Utilities will not disconnect service(s) or assess late fees while the community responds to Covid-19. Out of an abundance of caution for customers and staff, lobby doors were closed on Monday, March 16th and all non-emergency service requests were suspended until further notice.
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COVID 19: Resources for Customers
03/13/2020
What you need to know about your utility service.
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Maintaining Reliable Electric Service
03/13/2020
Lane closures are planned along C&S Road while underground conduit is installed.
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Preventing Power Outages
03/13/2020
Tree trimming begins this spring.
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New Water Rates Effective March 1st
03/01/2020
Rates increased by 4% on March 1st, reflected on your April bill statement.
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Testing for Unregulated Contaminants
12/09/2019
Learn how the EPA tests for emerging contaminants across the nation, including Fountain.
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A Message From Our Partners
12/01/2019
Wastewater rates are determined annually based on winter water usage. Learn more here!
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Celebrating 100 Years of Electric Service
10/21/2019
It's an honor to serve this community!
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Construction Begins on Water Treatment Facility
07/10/2019
The City of Fountain breaks ground on a $7 million state-of-the-art water treatment facility.
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Water Rate Increase Goes Into Effect June 10th
05/15/2019
City Council approved a 4% water rate increase, effective June 10, 2019.
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