Lebanon Utilities is a municipally owned electric, water and wastewater utility serving the City of Lebanon, Indiana. Lebanon Utilities also operates the telecommunications division of the city.
A municipal utility has many distinct characteristics that benefit the community it serves. One of the most important benefits is local control. Every citizen of Lebanon is a utility owner, with a direct say in the policies that affect our rates and service. Other benefits of a municipal utility include lower rates, public accountability, community involvement, not-for-profit operations, local decision-making, and full attention to customer service. Most of our employees and every member of the Utility Service Board live in Lebanon and take personal pride in the jobs that they do.
We would like to thank you for visiting the Lebanon Utilities web site. We hope that you will find our site to be both interesting and informative. If there is any additional information we can provide that you would find helpful, please let us know. Your comments and suggestions are welcome.
The Lebanon Utility Water Department will begin their annual spring flush of fire hydrants on April 21, 2015 and will conclude on May 1, 2015.
We will start with the large water main north of town then work towards the south. The purpose of the flushing is to clean out the water lines due to lower flows in the colder months. Some of the areas we will be flushing will experience a slight drop in water pressure but it will only be for a short period of time.
Please try to avoid areas where workers have hydrants open as they can cause accidents and damage to vehicles.
If there are any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Water Department at (765)-482-8851.
Lebanon Utilities and Paymentus is proud to announce an online and automated Pay-by-Phone bill payment service for our Customers.
Pay your bill by credit card, electronic check, or debit card.
To make a payment call 1-877-598-2695 or online here.
Please call 765-482-5100 if you have any questions.
Utility Service Board Meetings
March 26 – 4:00pm
April 9 – 4:00pm
April 23 – 4:00pm
May 7 – 4:00pm
May 21 – 4:00pm
June 4 – 4:00pm
June 18 – 4:00pm
July 9 – 4:00pm
July 23 – 4:00pm
August 6 – 4:00pm
August 20 – 4:00pm
September 3 – 4:00pm
September 17 – 4:00pm
October 8 – 4:00pm
October 22 – 4:00pm
November 5 – 4:00pm
November 19 – 4:00pm
December 3 – 4:00pm
December 17 – 4:00pm
About the IMEA
The IMEA has operated as the statewide service association representing the issues and concerns of municipally owned and operated electric utilities while promoting the benefits of public power since 1941.
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