***ATTENTION*** Beginning Thursday, August 11th, the Tipton Water Department will start a complete system flush. During this time you might experience dirty or cloudy water. If this happens, please let your water run until it clears up. There is no reason for concern. If you have any questions, please contact the Tipton Water Department at 765 675-7736. Thank you, Jeff Heard Tipton Water Superintendent ***ATTENTION*** Beginning July 13th, Tipton Water Department will temporarily modify its water treatment process of disinfection to free chlorine from chloramine (combined) residuals at the water treatment plant. This change in treatment process is performed as an annual maintenance to the distribution system and treatment plant. Chlorine is commonly used in public water systems as a disinfectant and will be monitored closely by our water department personnel to ensure optimum levels are present. Due to the temporary change in the type of chlorine, customers may experience a more noticeable chlorine taste and odor in their tap water. There is no reason for concern. This is due to the switch in chlorine type only. After this procedure is complete, the water department will perform a complete system flush. When the flush is complete, the water deaprtment will convert back from free chlorine to chloramines. If anyone has any questions, please contact the water department at 765-675-7736 Thank you, Jeff Heard Tipton Water Superintendent
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Tipton Municipal Utilities (TMU) operates four separate and distinct utilities that serve the City of Tipton and part of the surrounding areas with electric power, water and waste water collection and treatment.  TMU is owned by the City of Tipton and operates under the direction of the Tipton Utility Service Board.

Tipton Utility Service Board Mission Statement

Resolution #94-4

"The Tipton Utility Service Board will discharge its responsibilities to its owner/customers by using fairly compensated, knowledgeable and skilled personnel to construct, operate, maintain and manage physical facilities that provide high quality electric, water, sewage collection and treatment services at a reasonable cost while meeting operating, environmental and safety standards established by local, state and federal law.  The Board will conduct the stewardship of the utilities in a responsible manner with integrity and honesty to the benefit of its customers and employees."