Water Treatment Process
July 17, 2020 - Beginning in the coming days, the 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. 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. After the flush is complete, the water department will convert back from free chlorine to chloramines.
Please contact the water department at 765-675-7736 with any questions.
Face Mask Required
July 27, 2020 - We are committed to protecting our customers and employees. Face coverings are required. You must cover your nose and mouth. Thank you for your cooperation!
Don't Flush Wipes
Don't Flush Wipes: With the increased use of disinfecting wipes. Collections Department Superintendent Tim Davis reminds everyone to not flush them down the toilet. They need to be disposed of properly in a trash receptacle.
Indiana has received funding through the CARES Act to help with energy assistance. The funding is available to people not usually eligible for the LIHEAP program, including those laid off due to COVID-19.
The LIHEAP program is administered through the local community action program agencies (CAP). Here is the website for assistance: https://www.in.gov/ihcda/4067.htm.
For additional information, customers can call 211, Indiana's free and confidential service that helps Hoosiers in need with local resources or visit the Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority's website.