Rice Lake Utilities
The Power of Local Ownership
Rice Lake Utilities maintains a pumping and distribution system that includes three water towers with a combined 650,000-gallon capacity and over 70 miles of water mains that serve over 3,900 customers. Rice Lake residents and businesses use over 530 million of gallons of water each year. Rice Lake Utilities owns and operates four wells. Well #6 was constructed in 2017 and well #4 was abandoned in 2018. The water is treated and regularly tested to ensure Rice Lake residents and businesses receive a safe and plentiful water supply. Total capital assets of the water utility are valued at over $9 million dollars.
The 2022 Consumer Confidence Report for Rice Lake Waterworks
A brochure from the Wisconsin DNR explaining lead in drinking water
PFAS (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances)
PFAS Explained (link to the EPA's web site)
Explanation of the Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule (UCMR) by the EPA