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Utilities Division

Utilities employs more than 50 people to run the water treatment plant, do field maintenance, serve customers and administer the area. Working in the background all day and every day, the division processes clear, clean water at the water treatment plant and distributes it to your tap. The same efficiency is used to manage the sanitary sewer collection system that processes your "used" wastewater.

The third water use component is storm water, the runoff from rains and snow. Managing storm water and safeguarding wetlands are functions of the Engineering Division.

The City of Bloomington does not have water restrictions in place now and does not anticipate any in the future. Learn how you can help conserve water.

Annual Water Quality Report

Our water surpasses all state and federal requirements. And it tastes fantastic!

MCES Bloomington Area Regional Sewer Improvements - E 90th Street 

Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES), operator of the metro-area wastewater collection treatment system, is making improvements to aging and deteriorating regional sanitary sewer facilities that serve homes and businesses in the City of Bloomington.

MCES Bloomington Area Regional Sewer Improvements - Central Bloomington


Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES), operator of the metro-area wastewater collection treatment system, is making improvements to aging and deteriorating regional sanitary sewer facilities that serve homes and businesses in the City of Bloomington. 

Water Service Line Coverage Solicitations

In the past, many Bloomington residents have received solicitation letters from one of several companies who are selling water service line protection coverage.

2016 Home Improvement Fair Water Taste Test Results

Visitors to the City's recent Home Improvement Fair put Bloomington's water to the test in a head-to-head competition with bottled water. Whose water won the day? We're happy to say that it was Bloomington's!

U of M Residential Irrigation Survey

The Metropolitan Council and University of Minnesota Extension are conducting a survey to assess irrigation practices throughout the 7-county Twin Cities Metropolitan Area. 

 

To start or discontinue water service
Or to inquire about the billing status of an address

Contact: Utility Billing

952-563-8726
utilitybilling@BloomingtonMN.gov

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